When I switched my VB/ADO code over to use a DSN rather than OLEDB, I ran into an interesting problem. I was returning XML from the db and then using an ADO Stream to access it. When I went to the set the "Output Stream" in the ADO Command properties I learned it was no longer there when I used a DSN, only OLEDB.
That's when I found an article explaining that different providers have different dynamic properties in addition to the standard ones. So, my question is, is there still some way to use a DSN and get this to work? I don't want to have to hardcode my OLEDB string in my code or store it in plain text in a file.
Thanks - BG