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Create a ADO database (runtime)?

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How can I create a database, table and fields, append information on that fields and close it?

I'm working with VB 6, ADO, with access.
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You will have to use ADOX to do this. And work with it's Tables Class define columns collection and work from that. Visit this link has tutorials.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/officedev/odeopg/deovrcreatingmodifyingaccesstables.htm
And for more additional info here is another link. The provide great sample codes.
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What about the rest of the code writen with ADO?
Should I change all the code to work with databases into the new structure that ADOX brings?

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ADOX only allows you to work with table structures i would think. Where as ADO has all the necessary tools for you to navigate though tables and perform actions on it.
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