Independant Database Integrated to VB

I need a library, active-x control, source code or whatever for an independant database the can be integrated into VB.

Main requierments:
Small size - the smaller the better
Completely standalone - doesn't req. ODBC or other support files to be installed
Supports most of the functionality of SQL.
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MikeP090797Asked:
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matrix717Commented:
why don't you try access databases or use a text file to save whatever you want...
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
Things like Access database can be a good choice.

MSDE can be good too be it requires much more space.
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MikeP090797Author Commented:
Access Database it too many support files, version problems, ect. I need a VERY small size.

I can't use simple text files since I need to run simple SQL queries on the data...
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naskomCommented:
Try to use binary files
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MikeP090797Author Commented:
Access Database it too many support files, version problems, ect. I need a VERY small size.

I can't use simple text files since I need to run simple SQL queries on the data...
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matrix717Commented:
the true is that for me, the best would be Access and you dnot too many files to support them...
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matrix717Commented:
the true is that for me, the best would be Access and you dnot too many files to support them...
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MikeP090797Author Commented:
Again, just to clear things out: I can't use any standard solution (DAO/RDO/...) because of the huge volume I have to distribute.. so I figure the solution would be an independant database system (less then 3 megs is good)
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MikeP090797Author Commented:
Again, just to clear things out: I can't use any standard solution (DAO/RDO/...) because of the huge volume I have to distribute.. so I figure the solution would be an independant database system (less then 3 megs is good)
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MikeP090797Author Commented:
Again, just to clear things out: I can't use any standard solution (DAO/RDO/...) because of the huge volume I have to distribute.. so I figure the solution would be an independant database system (less then 3 megs is good)
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MikeP090797Author Commented:
Again, just to clear things out: I can't use any standard solution (DAO/RDO/...) because of the huge volume I have to distribute.. so I figure the solution would be an independant database system (less then 3 megs is good)
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matrix717Commented:
use text files and make functions instead os SQL queries
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BBCCommented:
Have a look at:
http://www.vistasoftware.com/artemis.htm

If you don't like this go to
http://www.davecentral.com/program.html
select "Databases" and scan through the list.
Good luck!

BBC
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MikeP090797Author Commented:
Thanks
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