OCX Files....

I'm trying to build an app for a palmOS. The app let's the user choose for 4 listboxes that are filled with information from a database. But my main problem is that palm databases are in a special format. So I searched in some groups and forums and I found a program that converts MDB to PDB(PalmOS database). But it's actualy an OCX file...

The thing is that I'm completely new to VB and NS BASIC(Visual basic for Palm). One thing I do know is that the OCX is made for VB but I don't know how to use it in a program. Can anyone please give me some advise?

Thank's _Cerber4s

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  • : I'm trying to build an app for a palmOS. The app let's the user choose for 4 listboxes that are filled with information from a database. But my main problem is that palm databases are in a special format. So I searched in some groups and forums and I found a program that converts MDB to PDB(PalmOS database). But it's actualy an OCX file...
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    : The thing is that I'm completely new to VB and NS BASIC(Visual basic for Palm). One thing I do know is that the OCX is made for VB but I don't know how to use it in a program. Can anyone please give me some advise?
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    : Thank's _Cerber4s
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    (menu) Project - Components. Scroll down, find the ocx, place a check next to it, click OK. You now have a new control in the toolbox, add it to your form like you would any other control. For some info on it's various properties and method, open the object browser.
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