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SQL Select with VB6

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I know this has been answered many times but can't find the exact answer I am looking forward.  I am connecting to a database from which I want to lean how to use SQL statements in VB6.  I want to be able to select records and then output them in a text file (or screen if desired).  Once I execute the SQL SELECT * FROM database name WHERE ... how do I get just those records to the text file or screen and not the whole database.  Can someone give me some sample code?
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by:grandrew
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While that is a nice site, it does not show me how to integrate with VB6.
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Q1.  How to get just those records ... and not the whole database..
   A1.  Seems like your example should be SQL = "Select Fields from Table where condition"
   Example:
  DIM SQL AS STRING
  Dim RS as new adodb.recordset
  Dim CN as new adodb.connection

  cn.open "connection to your database"
  SQL = "SELECT ADDRESS, NAME FROM CUSTOMERS WHERE STATE = 'Texas' "
  rs.open SQL,CN, adOpenStatic, adLockBatchOptimistic
  DO WHILE NOT RS.EOF
  ' OUTPUT AS DESIRED....
   RS.MOVENEXT
  LOOP

Q2.  output them in a text file (or screen if desired)
   A2.  So you want an example of text file out put?
    Example:
    Dim sFile as string
    Dim SQL AS STRING
    Dim RS as new adodb.recordset
    Dim CN as new adodb.connection

    sFile = app.path & "\OutPut.txt"
    open sFile for output as #1

  cn.open "connection to your database"
  SQL = "SELECT ADDRESS, NAME FROM CUSTOMERS WHERE STATE = 'Texas' "
  rs.open SQL,CN, adOpenStatic, adLockBatchOptimistic
  DO WHILE NOT RS.EOF
       Print #1, RS!NAME & ", " & RS!ADDRESS
      RS.MOVENEXT
  LOOP
 Close #1
   
 If you wish this to out put to the screen then you need a grid control or other ActiveX object..
   then bind your RS to that object...
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