Licence for Jet Engine 2.0

Licence for Jet Engine 2.0

Post by Axel Roelk » Sat, 25 Feb 1995 08:21:00


I just upgraded my VB with the compatibility layer and the jet engine of  
my access 2.0 version. Is there anything known about the licence problem?  
The engine is not delivered with the compatibility layer so it does not  
seem to be freeware. Is it allowed to spread it with an application to  
customers? Or is it necessary that the customers own a copy of access 2.0?


# Axel Roelker - Koeln (Germany), Tel. +49 221 878486


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I can still see my data base like access 2.0.
But when I try to access it like an ODBC data base
the sample program supplied by microsoft in
the c:\ vb\samples\ visdata returns a reserved error.

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