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VC++ ADO (non-MFC) (Win32 Application Project Type)

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hi !!
would it be possible for someone to provide me with a link to a tutorial on how to use ADO to connect to a MS Access database, when my project type is "Win32 Application" ?? (i.e., PSDK based) (i'm using a few MFC classes, but the project is not a MFC project) ..
i found a couple of tutorials, but one of them provided a sample project which was a MFC appwizard one (and it was too confusing to go through it and decide what was relevant to the database part, and what was part of the MFC AppWizard code), and the 2nd tutorial started off with "create a new ATL project", and so i left it :)

thanks :)
muskad202
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hi,
i found a link to code sample from  microsoft site.
hope this will help

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=debce9be-035a-4bf1-9b1c-6294a36d8e7f&displaylang=en

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thanks .. :)
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