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Problem in Set cn = New Connection

Sorry I am just a beginner to vb and I am using vb 6 Enterprise edition.
When I do,

 Public cn As Connection
 Private Sub cmdLogin_Click()
 Set cn = New Connection

 So as soon as I type the word "New" in the above statement a list is appearing having word "Collection" but its not  having "Connection". But iam having a project done by my friend and when I checked the same it showed "Connection" in that pop up list. So what is the problem? Thanks.
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gopikrish
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ampapaCommented:
You probably don't have a reference set to use DAO or ADO.

Check your friends references and compare them to yours and you'll probably see a difference in VB toolbar (Project | References)

You might also take a look at this link:

http://www.able-consulting.com/MDAC/ADO/Connection/OLEDB_Providers.htm
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pique_techCommented:
In line with ampapa's suggestion above, I've found that code readability, especially 6 months after I last looked at it, is greatly improved by DIMming everything with the type library it comes from, i.e.,
Public cn As ADODB.Connection
...
Set cn = New ADODB.Connection

etc.

For what it's worth...
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gopikrishAuthor Commented:
Wow thanks ampapa you are right :)
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ampapaCommented:
Glad I could help.
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