Programmatically connecting to a MySQL database???

Posted on 2005-05-05
Last Modified: 2010-04-16
Hello, i want to be able to connect Programmatically to a MySQL database using ADO.NET Technology, I want to do a simple query search, and i want to be able to see what the equivlents of a field after running the search will be...
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    that's a link for my answer for a console application but it would be the same for both windows and web forms:

    that's a link where to get this odbc driver:


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    the answer was provided along with a link to a compliment driver.

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    Sorry it took so long to answer, i must not have seen the email.

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