Regarding MFC DataBase

I have created an MFC application.
Now I want to include the database in my application. I added an new Class
derived from CRecordset. I want to handle more than one table from the database. I am not clear whether I have to create the separate recordset for each table or in the same recordset I can have all the table?

2) How to execute a select SQL querry and how to get the data?

It will be helpful if u send some sample code. My mail-Id is sbala12@yahoo.com(Thank u)
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inprasCommented:
>>I am not clear whether I have to create
>>                      the separate recordset for each table or in the same >>recordset I can have all the table?

U can do both but better have a seperate recordset derived for UR second table

now if U want to execute a query a select records

CDatabase db;
db.Open(....);

CRecordset rs(&db);
rs.Open(CRecordset::dynaset, "SELECT * FROM MyTab", none);
Sending a workspace for 25 points???

Hope this helps
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