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From:Steven Schoch Date:October 7 1999 6:06pm
Subject:Re: [Off Topic]MS Office 2000
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"Hendrik M.J. Arnoldus" wrote:

> You do not specify whether your problem occurs with Access97 or Access2000,
> I assume the latter.
> 1) There are earlier postings about problems using Access2000 and MyODBC.
> 2) When using Access, performance is much better when you use a dsn-less
> connection (your pseudo code seems to suggest that you do).

How do you do this?  I always get the MyODBC dialog which won't let my click
OK unless I type a DSN name.

Steven Schoch
StarNet Communications Corp.
1270 Oakmead Pkwy. #301
Sunnyvale, CA 94086  +1 408 739-0881

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