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How to connect the ADO Connection using ODBC with C++ in Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0?
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Updated 4-Sep-12 6:13am
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The idea is to find the proper connection string. Googling a bit may help.
I found a few here:
http://www.simongibson.com/intranet/adoodbc/[^]
The question is: connect to what? Excel? MS SQL? Access?
MS SQL has a native provider for ADO, you don't need ODBC for that one.
If you want to connect to FOXPRO, look here: http://www.connectionstrings.com/visual-foxpro[^]
In general, the site http://www.connectionstrings.com[^] has lot of examples (some of them are .NET oriented).

Another page you should read: How Do I Use the Connection Object in ADO?[^]

Hope this helps,
Pablo.
   
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Member 9404971 5-Sep-12 0:40am
   
Thanx Pablo.. I want to connect with mysql. And one more think is i want to connect with DSN and without DSN

-Alisha
Pablo Aliskevicius 5-Sep-12 1:52am
   
With DSN -> use the examples in the first link
Without DSN -> http://webcheatsheet.com/asp/database_connection_to_MySQL.php
Good luck,
Pablo.

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