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#1
[Originally posted by devil]

Hello,

I have tried "Programming OLEDB with C# - Downsizing the Poker Database to Jet".
It was really great, since now I could test it on Access. But I have a few
questions that hopefully you could shed some light for me.

I'm planning to have a database remotely access by other instead of hosting in
brinkster. And I'm using Window Application. So I'm wondering what would I need
to do?

Thanks.

Happy New Year !
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#2
Re: OLEDB remote server
[Originally posted by devil]

Thanks for the reply, You are quite right, I need a Windows App to remotely
access
an MS Access database. If there aren't any way, than I will have to figure out
something else than.

Happy new year.

Cheers

> Hi,
>
> >> I'm planning to have a database remotely access by
> >> other instead of hosting in brinkster. And I'm using
> >> Window Application.
>
> I'm sorry I'm not sure of your question. Are you asking if a Windows App can
> remotely access an MS Access database? If so, the answer is no. But you can
> just ship the poker.mdb file with the app.
>
> Fergal
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#3
Re: OLEDB remote server
[Originally posted by fgrimes]

Hi,

>> I'm planning to have a database remotely access by
>> other instead of hosting in brinkster. And I'm using
>> Window Application.

I'm sorry I'm not sure of your question. Are you asking if a Windows App can
remotely access an MS Access database? If so, the answer is no. But you can
just ship the poker.mdb file with the app.

Fergal