Can VB.net work with Access 97 ?
Please tell me if VB.net can work with Access 97 \.
Re: Can VB.net work with Access 97 ?
Yes, .NET has an managed provider for OLEDB that can hit any OLEDB data provider...so
you can still code a full .NET solution (thru OLEDB) to any non-managed provider
compliant database (like Jet).
I think SQL Server, and recently Oracle, are the only two database out there
with managed providers for .NET...but I'm sure that others (if not already)
are forth coming for other major DB players...probably not for Jet though.
"psd" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Please tell me if VB.net can work with Access 97 \.
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