The differences will be in the Data namespace you use and the connection string. You’re going to have to fill in the blanks a bit because I don’t have your system info. You could also try omitting this parameter. Maybe you can visit the following site for more accurate information. Sign in to vote.
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Below is relatively simple example: I’m not quite sure about the terminology I used concerning the word “progress”, but our database application is made with Progress software, and makes use of “Progress” database But in my pc, I have v9.1v progress odbc driver. Thank you guys for your helpful advice, links and code fragments.
ODBC for PROGRESS – Progress Software: PROGRESS – Tek-Tips
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Are you running it on Windows 98? Thank you Paul for your promt reply NET provider or code library. However, prpgress you need to know what the connection string is for your Progress database. Visual Basic Express Edition https: So finding up to date software for it can be a bit of a challenge.
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I try to find out the database listener port information. Below is relatively simple example:. Sign up using Email and Password. There I found some interesting things Help us improve MSDN.
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Pretty much everything you have learned about ADO. Friday, January 13, I am here sooner than I expected Of course that assumes a DSN has already been created on your machine.