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Selecting ODBC Source

Posted on 2000-05-08
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I would like to write a program to let use to select the Data Source from ODBC make use of the ODBC Dialog (the same case as Import Data from ODBC Database using Access). How can I do that? how to popup the ODBC window and return the user's selection?
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If you did not give any data source name, automatically the ODBC Select Data Source Window will get displayed, and the selected DSN will get connected.

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