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Old September 1st, 2004, 10:10 AM
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Default Populate combo box with access db with using ADO

I am very new to making VB applications although I have a fair amount of experience with ASP. I want to populate a dropdown combo box with all the users in my database which is situated in the same directory as the application.

I am unsure of the coding but I would assume that you would have to locate the db like:

App.Path & "\despatcher97.mdb"

and the SQL statement would be as follows:

strSQL = "select * from Users order by Name"

and with my experience with ASP I assume the population part would be something like:

  .MoveFirst
  Do
    Combo1.AddItem .Fields("Username").Value
    Combo1.ItemData(Combo1.NewIndex) = .Fields("Ident").Value
    .MoveNext
  Loop Until .EOF

I am just unsure how you would fit it all together.
Any help with this matter would be greatly received.

With many thanks for your time and assistance,

Paul
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Well friend u r going very correct.

Its better to use DSN to connect to mdb file. It gives the freedom to keep ur mdb file anywhere in network and locate the database through DSN. If r not aware of DSNs, see in Win 2000 help "creating DSN".
If u r using connectionstring ("Provider=Microsoft.jet.7.0,database=......). U have to provide the path of mdb file in the way u have mentioned.

------------------------------CODE--------------------------
Public Sub FillCombo()
 dim Rs as New ADODB.RecordSet
 Set Rs = Conn.Execute("Select Name From Users Order by name")
    Combo1.clear
    Do while Rs.Eof()=False
       Combo1.AddItem Rs("Name") & ""
       Rs.MoveNext
    Loop
    Rs.Close
    Set Rs = Nothing
End Sub


Hope this helps.

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