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1. How to create & Open a database with database password
   in Jet Database ( Using ADO)

2. How to create & Open a database with database password
   in SQL-Server ( Using ADO)

thanks in advance

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for Creating Databases in Access you can use ADOX as shown below

Dim Cat As New ADOX.Catalog        
Cat.Create "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.3.51;Data Source=" & Str_Path '' (where database has to be made)
Cat.ActiveConnection.Close

for using the above code you have to add an reference to Microsoft ADO Ext. 2.1 for DDL and Security.

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For SQL Server below is the code
Dim Cn as new Adodb.Connection
Cn.Connectionstring = "Provider=SQLOLEDB.1;Persist Security Info=False;User ID=sa;pwd=;Data Source=" & SQL Server Name.
cn.open

cn.execute "Create database " &  new database name

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by:ackid32
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dear jayesh

i know how to create these databases but not with DATABASE PASSWORD

i want that.
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by:jayeshshah
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try putting the password field in the Create statement.
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by:hongjun
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sorry CreateDatabase is not a sql syntax!!! It is a method!

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by:hongjun
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http://www.mvps.org/access/modules/mdl0036.htm

************* Code Start *****************
Function foo()
   Dim db As Database
   Dim oAcc As Access.Application

   Const TMP = "fooz.mdb"

   Set db = DBEngine.CreateDatabase(TMP, _
                       dbLangGeneral)
   db.NewPassword "", "doooo"
   db.Close
   Set db = Nothing

   Set oAcc = New Access.Application
   Set db = oAcc.DBEngine.OpenDatabase(TMP, _
                           False, False, ";PWD=doooo")
   oAcc.OpenCurrentDatabase TMP
   db.Close
   Set db = Nothing
End Function


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