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Keep NULL dates when updating SQL from VB instead of having them defaulting to 1/1/1900. Also, format dates so that they can be written to SQL without the day/month being misinterpreted and resulting in errors. Hope this helps! Patrick JJ Kavanagh 12/24/2002 Database 7706
Create MSAccess database of files on your HD with hyperlinks to open them from Access. Helps you get organized and find things. Evangelos Petroutos 12/23/2002 Database 7726
A DVD collection database with a graphical front end and an Access backend. I did this because the only decent tool I could find was riddled with ads and had some features I didn''t want. Main navigation window now uses a Windows Explorer analogue to sort on some DVD characteristics. Some eleme... Mark Nemtsas 12/18/2002 Database 8076
To change the DataSource of a datareport at runtime Syed Hasan Raza 12/17/2002 Database 9138
Connect to oracle No need of "ODBC" Sanoop kurian 12/16/2002 Database 10800
Function to create Database using ADO(ActiveX Data Objects). Good news for ADO Programmers. You only need to supply the path where to create the Database and the database name. Easy to understand line of codes. James Olarte 12/14/2002 Database 8924
Function to Copy Tables from an Access Database to another Database. Another programming ease for ADO Programmers. Just Three(3) Arguments to fill-up. James Olarte 12/14/2002 Database 7531
Simple way to create Acess Database, Tables and Fields. Murali Bala 12/10/2002 Database 12792




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