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I would like to set up a database using MS Access 2000 on a delphi form. can any help me thanks
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Question by:TeddieMurchoe
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by:manjushan
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Hi,
  DO u need to connect to an existing database or create new database from here?
      Manju
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You can use the Borland Database Engine to set up the new Access 2000 database or the ODBC 32 on control panel. There you will set up the PATH where it is located and you can set the database as local or server.

Then, on the delphi form use a database component to set the name for the database and specify the ALIAS name that is the name of it on the ODBC or BDE. Add a Query Component to manage the data.

Hope this helps.
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