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Connect to Lotus Notes View using COM and Loop through records. Todd Walling 5/1/2002 Database 6779
Creating a blank DB by reading its structure (Tables, fields, Data Type) from a table in another DB Payman Motamedi 4/25/2002 Database 7015
Open a database and read the records in it. sabry 4/25/2002 Database 8421
Dedupe ListView Function with a recordset. Also shows how to do some simple math .This funtion is meant to be used when passing values from another control to a listview control with a database. I needed a way to keep duplicate entries away in the recieving Listview. The funtion is called after the... Joe Momma 4/23/2002 Database 7399
Open up a password protected access 2000 database (mdb) in visual basic using a Data Control Robin Hickmott 4/16/2002 Database 8652
Create ADO recordset using another ADO recordset as template. Gabio 4/15/2002 Database 7038
This code will allow you to save from a flex grid to an Access 2000 database using ADO. Matt 4/12/2002 Database 7917
This module demonstrates how to perform common operations with ADO. This bas is essential if you want to do any database access with ADO. It shows how to perform common task as well as complex task using ADO. The notes on top of each function is self explanatory. The important feature is that it sh... Avaneesh Dvivedi 4/10/2002 Database 11132




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