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Old October 30th, 2006, 03:37 AM
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Default Can ADODC and DataList Control be used in vb 2005?

Deal All:
I have built a program of vb 6.0, in which I used both ADODC(ADO Data Control) and DataList Control quit well. Now I want use them in vb 2005. Can or can not, the way, please tell me.
Thank you very much.:)
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Dear All:
To anwser myself question: Yes, they are both can still be used in vb 2005. The former is in the .Net component, still named ADODC and the later is in the COM component.
He Lingyong






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