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Connect to Filemaker database with Visual Studio

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Hi Experts,

I was just wondering if anyone knows if it is possible to connect to a Filemaker database on a local server using Visual Studio? I have been trying to find a way, but it does not seem to be possible!

Thanks for any help
Daniel Tuck
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You can use the ODBC sharing and use the filemaker database as an ODBC source for yr visual studio app.
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Thanks - I thought I'd seen it somewhere....! Got to fiddle around until I get it working now.

Thanks again,
Daniel
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