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How connect to DB via ODBC without VC++ Wizard?

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Hello all.
How can I connect to DB via ODBC without VC++ wizard?
Because wizard create too many classes and it is confusing me.
Example blesses.
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Microsoft provides a complete book online dealing with the ODBC API.  See:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/odbc/htm/odbcabout_this_manual.asp

to get started.  It's somewhat complicated doing this without the VC++ wizard but it's what you asked for...

Examples are there too:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/odbc/htm/odbcwhat_query_demo_demonstrates.asp
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net_hedgehog,
What is your actual concern: using the VC++ wizard? or
using MFC?
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Thank you, Werner, I have finalized this.
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I can't understand it, I accepted jhance answer a long time ago, after I get first reminder from Moondancer.
And now as I see this page the jhance answer is accepted.
If I can do something to fix this situation - just tell me how. In another hand if you decide that best solution will be that Community Support close it, just do it!

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