VB3 vs. VB4 - Dynaset / Recordset methods 
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 VB3 vs. VB4 - Dynaset / Recordset methods

Hi there.

At work, our team is thinking of upgrading from VB3 (professional)
to VB4 (professional). We have an application which was written
to use Oracle 7 databases via ODBC.

When we were doing our VB3 development, we realized that we
had to use SQLexec functions to do our DB updates, since
the dynaset methods "*.edit" wouldn't work.

Question: Has VB4 corrected that problem? I've been doing some
testing of our application, and it seams that VB4 still
can't use the dynaset manipulation methods for Oracle databases
that it uses for Access databases. (Or, is there a way to
do the manipulation using Recordsets?)

Thanks in advance.

Sat, 27 Jun 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
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