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extracting Access DB data and objects

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HI,

Im after a tutorial or code example on how to extract database objects from an .MDB database file..

I have the db passwords etc... and the database.. I know whats in it but wanna be able to extract the info via C# and ado.net.. I want to be able to extract selected views/tables/code/forms and reports..

Anyone have any ideas..??
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What does "extract objects" mean? Does it mean working with databases (as valli_an showed you already) or you want to read the metadata describing the tables, views, etc?
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Yes 'TheAvenger'  its the meta data objects etc.. i need to extract.. table descriptions/views/stored proc/queries/code as well as forms and reports..

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