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Can anyone suggest a good set of components that will allow me to connect to SQL Server without using the BDE or ODBC ? I have tried SQLQuery and find that I have reliabiltiy issues.

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by:hntangwei
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 Perhaps you can use "ADO"+"OLEDB" to do this.
  You Create a connection string with ADO and OLEDB for SQLServer.
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by:guntherds
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I also suggest ADO&OLEDB
We are thinking about converting all our applications because the BDE smells like (Edited by Copmuter101):)
We don't wanna use 3rd party components because we think you will always encounter problems.
Good luck
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by:MarciusP
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Hmm... Can either of you provide me some information about how to implement your suggestions?
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by:hntangwei
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Has you have a D5?
If this ,you can use the ADO compenent from compenent Page "ADO" .And D5 have some demo with this.I didn't know how to finish this if you have no D5.
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by:accman99
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Diamond ADO is a good solution or use the ADO typelib directly
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by:MarciusP
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Could you provide more information about implementing this solution? Also, what are the performance implications of using ADO (which I believe sits ontop of ODBC) ?
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I find Diamond ADO performs well with
SQL 7.0, it's native interface is through OLEDB so ODBC DSN's are not required. Also many update issues are fixed i.e. updating members of joined queries.

Performance is not quite as good with 6.5 though.

With careful selection of cursor locations and types I find that ADO "can" outperform ODBC. Though that may not always be the case when using default values. Other considerations are the selection of cache sizes (rowset counts) and use of multi-record databound controls (grids).

I do recommend it.


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