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how to make database in access in from reading text files.i have one folder which have many text file . every text file name is currant date.

Updated 17-Jun-13 18:41pm
Richard MacCutchan 17-Jun-13 3:14am
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Solution 1

I would first design and create a suitable database, then:
  • Find all the input files in the folder (they cannot share the same name, as your question seems to suggest).

For each found file:
  • Parse it in order to extract all the needed data.
  • Populate the database tables with such data.

Of course the detailed implementation depends on the actual structure of your input files.
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Solution 2

1) Add a reference to "Microsoft ADO Ext 6.0 for DDL and Security" to your project. (You'll find it under COM)
2) Add the using ADOX statement
3) Create the actual database:
Catalog cat = new Catalog();
cat.Create(@"Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source=D:\Temp\myNewAccessDB.accdb;");

4) Add tables:
Table tab = new Table();
tab.Name = "MyTable";
tab.Columns.Append("ID", DataTypeEnum.adInteger);
tab.Columns.Append("UserName", DataTypeEnum.adVarWChar, 50);

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