1. Try using the Microsoft Visual FoxPro driver instead; this should permit
read/write access in either ADO or DAO.
2. Upgrade to Microsoft Data Access Components 2.5, sp1, found at
www.microsoft.com/data. This version of the dBase driver SHOULD permit
read/write access. Remember, though, for either ADO or DAO you MUST have a
unique primary key on the table in order for ADO or DAO to permit writes to
Hope this helps!
Hi! I'm trying to make inserts, deletes and updates to a dbase file with
Vbasic... I've tried with ADO, but an error message is shown when I do
somebody toll me that DAO is the best way to do that, but I dont know how
use it... does anybody have a little sample code about it?
Thanks in advance!
Can anyone send me a snippet of code showing how to use a structural MDX
file (with its associated DBF, of course!) in Visual Basic?
I am able to open the Database and recordset using DAO, but I am a bit
unclear how to select the multiple tags in the MDX file (the manual does
not show any good examples, per say).
Any help here would be greatly appreciated!
All the best,
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