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Default VB - Informix

I am new in VB, so i think it will be a great help if i can get your feedback about my inquiries concerning VB & Informix.

i am creating a form using VB 6.0, and the database for the form is a serverbase type, Informix.
the question is, if i wanted to save data from the form (VB) into the Informix database, are the SAVE command is still the same like we wanted to save data into MS Access?
if there is a diffrent type of SAVE(command button)command to save data into Informix db, can u tell me more about it(some simple command will be helpful!!)

here are some info that i think will help u to understand more abou my db structure

User Connection name :db_Informix
Data Link Propertiesname : Asta2
Database name : gsp_manual

Database Field:
exp_no,Ref_no,Brch_name,Br_year,Br_ref,Scm,Hs_code ,Ctry_cd,Qty

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