Synchronize database through VB

Posted on 2003-03-12
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I like to synchronize replicated database within VB.  I seen sample code to do that in MSDN article Q167227.  I am however using VB6.

My problem is, the article reference "Database" object.

Dim mdbMaster As Database

but in VB, I can not find the reference to the Database object.  Where do I find this reference and how? (that is when I comple the program, it complain saying "user-defined type not defined.")

Question by:supunr
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jeokwah earned 160 total points
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They could be refering to Microsoft DAO Object Library
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yes, jeokwah, you are right.  Thanks for that.  Hopefully now I should be able to sync the database.

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Thanx for the points. Good Luck!

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