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Old July 13th, 2003, 08:37 PM
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Default How to access foxpro Database using Visual Basic

Can someone help me to find out this solution???
URGENT....
I need to display some record from the database using vb.
Not all the field will be taken. Only some field is needed. Then I need to display the figure from the foxpro database using text box in vb instead of using flexGrid.

Can someone come the answer for me as soon as possible....
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In the Data source you select as SQL and write a simple query using FoxPro databases.









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