The OCX for Sybase CT-Library direct programming and also DB-Library can be
found from Sylvain Faust at:
Simply requires Open Client at runtime.
Look for SQL-Sombrero/OCX for CT-Library and SQL-Sombrero/OCX for
Comes with full printed and online doc, VB4 and VB5 samples, 32 bit and 16
Download a copy from the download a copy from the download section at:
One more thing:
Visual Basic Programmer's Journal 1997 Reader's Choice Award
SFI is pleased to announce that SQL-Sombrero/OCX recently received the
Visual Basic Programmer's Journal 1997 Reader's Choice Award in the
Database Utilities category. "SQL-Sombrero continues to deliver something
hard to find in many other products: it works, it's fast and it's
reliable", VBPJ, Spring 1997 Buyer's Guide & Product Directory, P21
For details check:
http://www.sfi-software.com or contact SFI at (USA) 617 722-9811, or
SFI a Sylvain Faust company
Sybase Open Solution Partner
Oracle World Alliance Partner
Microsoft Certified Solution Provider
Sylvain Faust Inc. (SFI) was founded in 1988 by experienced database
programmers intent on improving programmer productivity by developing a
suite of tools, utilities and knowledgeware designed by programmers, for
programmers. Productivity enhancement software in this market can easily
pay for itself in a matter of days just in labor savings, not to mention
the competitive advantage gained by organizations able to deploy
information systems faster and more reliably. SFI's current products
include SQL-Programmer, SQL-Optimizer and SQL-Sombrero.
> but I am currently using ADO's to talk to sybase 10 using the MS SQL
> drivers. You could try this if you are stuck.
> > What's the preferred method of connecting from VB 5 to Sybase 11.0.2?
> > I had originally planned to use the RDO objects, but I understand that
> > Sybase's stock ODBC driver doesn't work with RDO for some reason.
> > Procuring third-party ODBC drivers is not an option; I _have_ to find a
> > way to connect from VB5 to Sybase using stock Sybase drivers. So what
> > should I do?
> > Thanks,
> > Tom
> > --
> > http://www.patriot.net/users/tvalesky