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From:Nicholas Stuart Date:August 28 2002 5:33pm
Subject:RE: MS Access and mySQL
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True you could, but then that way you will loose portability if Jon (for
whatever reason) decides to move to another type of DB. Never used
libmySQL so I dont know how the speed is, but assume its as fast if not
faster then ODBC.
ODBC has the plus of being user friendly and of being an M$ Universal
Standard.
-Nick

Roger Davis wrote:

Or you could just use the libmySQL.dll and handle everything yourself
through VB.


You will however need to download the MyODBC driver if you wish to access
MySQL through VB.

-Nick








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