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Default Snapshot Viewer, Access and ADODB with vb6

Dear Sir,

I have created a VB6 Project with using of Snapshot Viewer Control(SNAPVIEW.OCX) to add into the Form1 of the VB6 Project. Then, I use the available references within the project of VB6 such as Microsoft ActiveX data Objects 2.1 Library(MSADO21.TLB) in order to open the database connection and recordset. I am intended to fetch the data from the recordset and then fill into the Snapshot Viewer Control, how can I code it to fill into it? Please help me your technical support if you know this.

With Best regards,

Chieng Sisovin


Chieng Sisovin
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