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Currently, we are using a book on OLEDB and ADO which explains the concept using VC 4.0. But we use VC 6.5 version.
they have asked us to include OLEDBSDK directory in tools-options dialog box.Is it required in VC6.5 also?If not what is the alternative?
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If you're using Visual C++ 6.0 SP3, then you do not need to put the include directories into the dialog. VC++ already has the OLEDBSDK as part of its headers.
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