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Creating DAO application

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Hi,

I  built an MFC application .
I Inserted a new class using the wisard.
The class I want to insert to my project should dervied from the CRecordset class, and the datasource should be DAO.
when I chose the path of the mdb file (the accsses DB),I was informed with the message that the file format was unrecognized.
That mdb file was created by office 2000.
when I tried to connect a file that was created by office 97, I did well !!!!

what I'm asking is how to coonect to mdb files that were created by the office 2000 (and not only by the 97)???
I tried to install the SP4 of the Visual studio, but no help.
I wonder if a higher version of SP will help, or maybe I should use another solution....

Thank you in advance !!!!!

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jimwasson earned 25 total points
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You need to force MFC to load the Jet4.0 dlls by putting in the following line:

     AfxGetModuleState()->m_dwVersion = 0x0601;

very early into your Application class's InitInstance() function or your WinMain().

The reference is Microsoft Knowledge Base article Q236991.
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by:kukiya
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I also tried to convert the Database to a prior version, and that helped.

But I would like to have a solution coming from the visual studio...
Thanks.
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by:Thomas_Dzieran
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Hi kukiya!
This error happens because the MFC DAO classes
shiped with Visual C++ 6.0, load DAO 3.5 (Dao350.dll) by default

To link with the MFC DLL, you can specify that
you want MFC to use DAO 3.6 by inserting the following line
of code before you open an Access 2000 database:

AfxGetModuleState()->m_dwVersion = 0x0601;
Insert this line in the CYourApp::Initinstance()
function of your program.

If you are building with static MFC libs, it is little bit more complicated,
and there is an excellent article from Microsoft:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q236/9/91.asp
just follow this link.
Let me know if it helped.
Thomas Adam Dzieran.
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by:kukiya
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OK,thanks for helping me...

  But I am still wondering...
How can I create a class that inherits CRecordset and uses the DAO by the Wisard at the design time ??????

As I understand , above is the soultion at run time .....
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