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Visual Basic front-end for Informix database.

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Can you point me to an example VB project which is coupled to an Informix database?  If you can give any tips/references/tutorial addresses which will help me come to grips with writing Visual Basic code that can function as front-end to an Informix database then I would be truly grateful.  Thanks in advance for any advice you can give!
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Browse over to

http://examples.informix.com

And select:

Windows Technologies
    Using technologies such as Visual Basic, ASP, and ADO in client and web applications with an Informix database.

There are several examples provided, including a simple form front end, using ADO and VB, and others.

Hope this helps.
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A great pointer - just the kind of thing I was looking for.  Many thanks!
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