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Posted on 2001-06-07
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Hi,
I want my application to be able to import data from other sources, one of them is ODBC. What I want to do is to give user a selection of available ODBC sources, then, once selected, give them option to select tables or querries and then fields to be mapped to my database.
I've seen a component that did it in Delphi 4 but I can't find anything for Delphi 5.
Other ideas are very welcomed.

graga
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which database you use ODBC to connect with?
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Look at these components maybe u will find one for what u need

http://www.torry.net/db_odbc.htm
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