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Very Simple: database programming in C++ Builder

NimaSeNimaSe Member Posts: 3
Hi, I know that this is a very simple question, but please help me.
Imagine that I have connected 3 computers together through windows.
I mean that they have one folder which is shared for all , with full access.
and I have a database file (say an *.mdb file). I want to share it between these 3 computers. how is it possible for me to use this shared file in CBuilder as a database table?
I have searched in the Builder's own help books, but I couldn't find a specific way to do it.
Thanks :)

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  • DimDimDimDim Member Posts: 7
    : Hi, I know that this is a very simple question, but please help me.
    : Imagine that I have connected 3 computers together through windows.
    : I mean that they have one folder which is shared for all , with full access.
    : and I have a database file (say an *.mdb file). I want to share it between these 3 computers. how is it possible for me to use this shared file in CBuilder as a database table?
    : I have searched in the Builder's own help books, but I couldn't find a specific way to do it.
    : Thanks :)
    :


    Make a alias for the file with either ODBC-Admin in Control-panel or with BDE Administrator (also in Control-panel) the use BDE components in Builder to connect to the Alias.

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