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Hi all,

Where can I find resources on the net on VB programming with SQL server as back-end?  I need info on "best practices" for connecting to sql server, lock types, cursors, exectuing SPs, sample code for db operations such as inset/delete/save etc.

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Hi,
Use ADO (ActiveX data Object) in Visual Basic to connect to SQL Server. Here is the samples:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/data/downloads/samples/default.aspx#SQLSamples

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