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ADO Connection string in delphi

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I have my database in SQL server, i want to connect with this database without usinf ODBC.

Please answer asap.

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by:kretzschmar
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just use the connection-string wizard,
by pressing the ...-button on this property
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by:Madhulika
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kretzschmar

which control ur saying

madhulika
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tadoconnection, tadodataset, tadoquery, ...
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by:Madhulika
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i dont want to use third party control.
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kretzschmar earned 200 total points
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? that are no third party tools
maybe your delphi edition
didn't have included these
standard componenents

in delphi C/S edition
these components are included,
didn't know if the prof edition has it.

if you don't have these components,
then you may not able to
establish a ado-connection
without third party compnents

meikl ;-)
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by:Madhulika
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i dont want to use third party control.
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by:Madhulika
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I reinstalled my delphi now they are comming. But thanks anyway.
:-)
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by:knightmad
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Wow, Its been a long time since this comment have been visited!

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No comment has been added lately (19 days), so it's time to clean up this TA.
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