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VB6 Compile Compatibility Issue

Posted on 2016-10-05
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I had to change the computer I use for my vb6 programming.  When I try to re-compile a module I get a Break compatibility warning.

Below is the reason for the compatibility issue:

Original Definition:
Property Set to Connection(RHS As ADODB.Connection_Deprecated)

Current Definition:
Property Set Connection(RHS As ADODB.Connection)

Question:
Where does Set Connection(RHS As ADODB.Connection) come from and how do I set it to Connection(RHS As ADODB.Connection_Deprecated)
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What version of windows was the "old" computer, and what version the "new" computer?
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Sorry I forgot about this questions.  I had be using VB6 on Windows 7 and Windows 10 but was trying to use it on one of our 2008 R2 cloud servers.  Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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