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Modify DSN ODBC

Posted on 2002-07-22
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Hi,

I would like to modify the path of an access database in a DSN.
I declare a dsn with a path=c:\base1\base1.mdb.
I have several base. I have a php page. we can select to connect on a specific base on this page.
I'd like to use only a dsn, and i want to change the path of the base in the dsn. If we select the base 2, the path is c:\base2\base2.mdb.

Is it possible to change the path of a dsn ??

Thanks.
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Question by:fabriceb
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You could look here :
http://www.mvps.org/access/tables/tbl0014.htm

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