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Use Access database on windows mobile 6,5

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I use VB 2008 prof. with windows mobile sdk.
I want to use a database on the mobile to scan products and other information into a database file, prefer an access db file.
Is this possible and how can i do it because can not find import system.data.odbc
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why Access? it's more or less dead on WM.

you can use Sql Server Compact 3.x instead with VS2008. Or if you prefer something else - eg sqlite
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ok i installed the sql server compact 3,5 edition now
thanks
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