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dao 3.6, VBA, and iSeries Access ODBC driver

Hi,
how to connect a recordet using dao 3.6
to a odbc machine?
I have already the connection string
Dim connStr As String
   connStr = "Driver={iSeries Access ODBC Driver};System=clientaccess;Uid=XXX;Pwd=yyy;"

but I dont know how to connect a database and so a recordset to a specific table on this position,
using dao 3.6 and vba in excel

thanks
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bobdylan75
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bobdylan75Author Commented:
Sorry
resolved by ADODB
Public Const pathdocs = "c:\docs"
Public cwI5Servent As New ADODB.Connection

Sub create_docs()

    
    Dim FORNIT As New ADODB.Recordset
    cwI5Servent.CursorLocation = ADODB.CursorLocationEnum.adUseClient
    Dim connStr As String
    connStr = "Driver={iSeries Access ODBC Driver};System=192.168.54.200;DATABASE=QS36F;Uid=pcs;Pwd=pcs;"
    cwI5Servent.Open (connStr)
    
    Set FORNIT = cwI5Servent.Execute("SELECT * FROM QS36F.DDSG001")
    
    FORNIT.MoveFirst
    While Not FORNIT.EOF
        MsgBox FORNIT.Fields("gcdrag").Value
        FORNIT.MoveNext
    Wend
    
    FORNIT.Close
    'Dim O As Object
    'O = fornitori.Open("SELECT * FROM QS36F.DDSG001", cwI5Servent, adOpenStatic, adLockOptimistic)

    cwI5Servent.Close

End Sub

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bobdylan75Author Commented:
Sorry I resolved by myself
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