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Can I use Interbase 5 with VB 6 (ADO or ODBC)
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Hi Aktis,

Looks like ODBC is the choice here to start

http://www.kallista.com/TechPapers/IB_UpRun/uprun02.htm

and look at the interbase.com site for a download of the documentation it's about 11mb. Although they're very knitted to Delphi, why not i would say

HTH:O)Bruintje
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Thanks, it works. Is there any driver for ADO?
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