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Old July 3rd, 2003, 09:52 PM
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Default How to use foxpro dbf with vb

Dear All User,
I want to use the foxpro database file (ie. .dbf) with VB6. But I don't know how to connect it with vb.

SO any one know then pl. help me so I can write program to add. edit delete the records from /dbf file.

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try putting an ADO control on your form, and assign 'dBASE IV;' Under Connect Property, and choose the directory in 'Databasename' property, and assign the table name under 'RecordSource' property..

Then you can use any text field in the form and just assign the 'DataSource' to the name of the ADO control and choose the field in 'DataField'...

you are all set...
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It is DAO, not ADO control...

sorry about that..
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