I need to take some MDB files, and use VB/ADO to open
them then store the data in XML files. I do not want
to re-invent the wheel. Any specific sample code or
URLs to web sites that would cover this?
Re: Sample Code
Bill Putnam wrote in message <email@example.com>...
>I need to take some MDB files, and use VB/ADO to open
>them then store the data in XML files. I do not want
>to re-invent the wheel. Any specific sample code or
>URLs to web sites that would cover this?
Following is copied from an earlier post. (I hope that's OK, David)
I thought that the easiest way to write an XML file is by using the
Dim file_name as string
file_name = "c:\xml\xml_tst.xml"
Dim rs as recordset
'--open the recordset
Rs.save "file_name", adPersistXML
And the XML file is created with no other work. This requires ADO 2.5
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