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Retrieves a list of tables and fields from an Access database. Only works with Access 97 databases. Gelu Gogancea 8/21/2000 Database 9286
Programa que utiliza um banco de dados em formato texto (.dat) para armazenar os dados. (Basically a contact database for storing names, phone, email, and other contact information. Uses a flat ASCII file rather than a database for storing the data.) Reginaldo Bertoluci Curtio 8/19/2000 Database 7305
Sample zip code database application. Uses the DBCombo box, you select a zip code and the City, State, Area Code and County are shown. *Note: The DBCombo Box Will Only Handle 33,000 Records. If Exceeded Program Will Return An Error Run Time Error "5" There Is No Way To Handle This Error Any S... Kevin R. Durler - SysCOM1 Web Hosting 8/17/2000 Database 12854
This is a revision to the Address Book I submitted earlier. This Address Book saves records to an Access database. It wi automatically capitalize the first letter in the last name, first name, & city fields. Also it jumps to the next field when you enter the area code & phone number. I also cha... Eric Morrison 8/15/2000 Database 12968
Nice example of how to use the Data Environment in VB. Demonstrates Update, Cancel, Delete and Refresh commands. Uses an access database. Mohammed Marhoon 8/10/2000 Database 19392
This is new version of a family address book that I released some time ago. This time around I mostly use ADO instead of DAO and now the user is allowed to add or remove any category of their choice. It has a lot of features such as Personal Contacts, Personal Internet Links, Search and ... Omar 8/2/2000 Database 13819
This code allows you to take an Oracle Table structure and contents into Access. This example only allows for numeric and varchar data types. The Access database must already exist for this code to work. Robert Henson 8/1/2000 Database 10836
If you use Dynamic SQL this test project will show you how to handle apostrophes when they appear in your strings. Unhandled - they cause errors. Note: If you use parameterized ADO command objects this problem is handled for you. LockwoodTech 7/29/2000 Database 8661




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