I wish to transfer MS-Access tables to Oracle 12 on a regular basis for data conversion purposes. I have established the necessary ODBC DSN and the VB connection string and it all works very nicely and fast.
Entering the required connection string gives me Verification failed ERROR...Data source name not found and no default driver specified. This is the connection string I have entered.
Hello there, I have developed an application and throughout looking on the web, I couldn't find the solution to my problem. I am using Visual Studio 2013, Office 2010 32-bit and Win7 64-bit to devel
I am trying to connect to my database, and this is what I have typed: string sConnection; sConnection = "Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;" + "Data Source=Cars.accdb;"
In a vba module of Access 2013, I connect to a table of a DBMaker 4.3 database: Dim Conn as New ADODB.Connection Dim rstTT As New ADODB.Recordset Conn.open "Provider=DMOLE43;User ID=myUserName;Passw
I am using Access 2013 accdb database and wants to connect a C# program using the oledb provider 'Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' but it does not seem to work as I get this error. The 'Microsoft.ACE.OLE
I am using Access 2010 accdb database and wants to connect a C# program using the oledb provider 'Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.14.0' but it does not seem to work as I get this error. The 'Microsoft.ACE.OLE
I've got an application in Visual Studio, that uses an Access database and I want to be able to save the database file on Dropbox. How do I get the connection string for an access database file locat
I've got an application in Visual Studio, that uses an Access database and I want to be able to save the database file on Skydrive. How do I get the connection string for an access database file loca
Im having a connection issue for Microsoft Access 2013 to my visual studio 2013. When I try to connect my access 2013 it pop up message: Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0 was not registered.
I know MS removed the DBF import export, but hopefully someone knows of a workaround. I use Access to import/export dbf files as needed for our presort software. The code is: DoCmd.TransferDatabase a