Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
You'll need to instantiate (create an instance of, or an item in memory) what is known as an ODBC connector. You will also need to create a database or have a database to work with - Microsoft Access will work fine for this, alternatively you can use OpenOffice's version of Access.
The code you'll want to use will be approximately
Dim ws as Workspace dim db as database dim strConnection as string set ws=DBEngine.Workspaces(0) let strConnection= "ODBC;DSN=" & DatabaseName & ";UID=" & UserName & ";PWD=" & UserPassword set db=ws.OpenDatabase("", False, False, strConnection)
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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