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VB.net 'DataAccess' is not defined

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Hi
In the following VB.net code I get the error 'DataAccess' is not defined

Dim cnn As DataAccess = New DataAccess(CONNECTION_STRING)

I have the following at the top of my module. What else do I need
Imports System.Data
Imports System.Data.SqlClient
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What is DataAccess supposed to be?
If it's a third-party assembly, refer to their documentation.

Maybe you need a SqlConnection object instead.
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Where did you find DataAccess? It is not pure .Net for sure?
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I saw it at this link
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forgot to paste the link?
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Thanks for the help
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