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Default Access and VB.NET

I am a beginner. I am just wondering whether I can use VB.NET and MS Access to build a database.

If you can provide any source where I can learn more about these two tools being used concurrently. Thank you.

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   This is quite easily done.

   If you have any experience with VB.NET at all, try Wrox Beginning VB.Net for Databases (find it on this site). If you need more VB.Net experience, then try Wrox Beginning VB.Net.

   I have both books and they are excellent.

   The DataAdapter wizards in VB.Net make this a snap.


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I'm having the same problem and i want you please to provide me with
links to learn about how the onection between access an vb.net can be done

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