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attaching an ADODB.Recordset to a ConnectionID

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question: I'm having a ConnectionID obtained from somewhere (SQLDMO). I want to open a connection using that ID. Is this possible, and if it is, how?
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lame_programmer,
What database you use you can use easyconfig routine in Oracle for example and beleave each database has his routine for this one
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