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Hi,

I'm looking for sample code in VB about 3-tier architecture. I'm especially interested in the data layer especially towards Oracle 8i.

Greetings,

Frank
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I have some example classes I've used previously that illustrate the techniques used in the Middle tier.
Although (Primarily the Data Access Components) are focused torwards SQL..

If you pass em your email address I'll pass them on..

Madmarlin
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by:FrankStanssens
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Thx

you can mail them to frankstanssens@hotmail.com

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Arthur_Wood earned 100 total points
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get the book

Visual Basic 6 Business Objects by Rockford Lhotka
WROX Press
ISBN 1-861001-07-X

there is nothing MAGIC about which DBMS you use for the Data Tier - that is the beauty of using the 3-tier approach.  Each tier is essentially independent of the others.
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There is a sample application on 3-tier applications using VB6 on MSDN.  It has all of the source code and articles explaining how the architecture fits and works together.

You can get to it at:  http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/dnduwon/html/d5devroot.asp?frame=true.
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