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What is MDAC used for? I have to be honest with you I have no idea what that meant and I have asked couple of my folks and they have idea what is used for and I hope someone out there can help.

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MDAC is Microsoft Data Access Components.

It is a set of dll's that provide support for accessing data through ODBC and OLEDB connections. It contains such things as the various OLEDB data providers (for SQL Server, Oracle, etc), as well as the DLL's which implement access technologies such as ADO.

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hey i got a problem with my application that i wouold like to install on my workstation. and suddenly, it appears an error dialog and says, the .net data sql provider requires mdac version 2.6 or higher. what will i do now.. please help me

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Presumably you install mdac 2.6 or higher which can be found at msdn.com, I think the latest version is 2.8.

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