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Hi all!
i want to create an access 2k based application, but the only format my app support is the access 97 one. could someone tell me how i should process to support access 2k (for the moment, i only use a TTable and a TDataSource component).

regards, ralph
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by:kretzschmar
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use ado-components instead
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by:Mohammed Nasman
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Hello

  BDE only support access 97, if you need to use access2000, you have to work with ADO components, but you need to have Delphi 5 enterprise edition, or u can buy them seperatly if u have delphi 5 pro, if you want to learn ADO with access read this article
http://delphi.about.com/compute/delphi/library/weekly/aa010101a.htm

Best regards
Mohammed Nasman
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by:Epsylon
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I can connect to it using ODBC on Windows 2000 Professional an Delphi 5 Enterprise.

But I prefer using ADO too.
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by:coffeetea
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I can connect to access 2k using ODBC above windows 95!
So we use TTable or TDatabase etc to access databse!
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by:jsweby
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Just for another alternative, try Titan Access for Delphi, www.reggatta.com.

J.
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ralph78:

Just a friendly reminder to return to your open questions.

thanks!
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