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    Trin Guest

    How to connect Database(MS Access) using C++



    How to connect Database(MS Access) using C++ .
    I am having a txt file with 3 fields and a table in MS-Access database.
    I would like to update these 3 fields into that table using C++ program.
    Could you pls help me.

    Thanks in Advance,
    Trin.

  2. #2
    GJ Guest

    Re: How to connect Database(MS Access) using C++


    go to MS home page, and download MDAC

    Its the ADO sdk that you can use with VC++

    "Trin" <trinadhm@yahoo.com> wrote:
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    >How to connect Database(MS Access) using C++ .
    >I am having a txt file with 3 fields and a table in MS-Access database.
    >I would like to update these 3 fields into that table using C++ program.
    >Could you pls help me.
    >
    >Thanks in Advance,
    >Trin.



  3. #3
    zala Vijay Guest

    Re: How to connect Database(MS Access) using C++


    Hi Trin
    Here is a Please tell me that what verson of c++ you are using? if you are
    using visual c++ then send me e-mail so that I can send you sample project.There
    are so many ways to connect too. Using ODBC, JET Database Engine, ADO.

    Regards
    Zala Vijay



    "Trin" <trinadhm@yahoo.com> wrote:
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    >
    >How to connect Database(MS Access) using C++ .
    >I am having a txt file with 3 fields and a table in MS-Access database.
    >I would like to update these 3 fields into that table using C++ program.
    >Could you pls help me.
    >
    >Thanks in Advance,
    >Trin.



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    Quote Originally Posted by zala Vijay
    Hi Trin
    Here is a Please tell me that what verson of c++ you are using? if you are
    using visual c++ then send me e-mail so that I can send you sample project.There
    are so many ways to connect too. Using ODBC, JET Database Engine, ADO.

    Regards
    Zala Vijay



    "Trin" <trinadhm@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >How to connect Database(MS Access) using C++ .
    >I am having a txt file with 3 fields and a table in MS-Access database.
    >I would like to update these 3 fields into that table using C++ program.
    >Could you pls help me.
    >
    >Thanks in Advance,
    >Trin.

    I have the same trouble, please help me out ^^
    Mr. Zala Vijay, may i have some of your example project, i really need it
    i'm using visual c 6 enterprise, thanks ^^

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    This is a general tutorial using mfc and odbc, Maybe it will help to have a look.
    http://www.samspublishing.com/librar...eqNum=181&rl=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by manos
    This is a general tutorial using mfc and odbc, Maybe it will help to have a look.
    http://www.samspublishing.com/librar...eqNum=181&rl=1
    thanks for your references Sir..
    I prefer not to use odbc, because it's a bit difficult to me.. I have found a way to connect ms-access database into visual c++, using adodc..
    But I can't find a way to insert, update, or delete the record from the access database.. Could somebody help me out??? please.. ^^

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    Ok here is an example snippet on how to insert a record using ado. You can easily extend it to update and delete records.
    http://www.codersource.net/mfc_ado_insert.html
    Hope that helps

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