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ok,
i have access to an nt web server with support for
-cgibin
-odbc configuration fom ms-access

i can place exe's and dll's on the server.
i cannot have bde installed.
so, is there anyway i can bypass bde installation and put all of its dll's in my directory?

or is it better to bypass bde and directly use odbc api? (how?)
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clopez earned 600 total points
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Check this address. http://www.kylecordes.com/bag/index.html, there are multiple solutions for not using BDE in Delphi.  There are a lot of the (some even free).  Very interesting site.

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by:kyr
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i found something that matches my needs for now..

thanks
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