[thelist] ms access website solution?

david.landy at somerfield.co.uk david.landy at somerfield.co.uk
Thu May 6 03:09:08 CDT 2004

Hi Ken,

Thanks for all your answers.

>Jet OLEDB v3.51 Provider should be in the MDAC. 

Oh yes, quite right, I forgot about that! OLEDB is the same as ADODB, right?
The only *slight* problem with this workaround AFAIR is that you have to
re-code any recordset VB, as it's not the same as using ODBC, right?

>Was there something in the readme file that comes with MDAC v2.1?


>you probably could have called PSS, and had them diagnose it for free. 

Didn't know I could do that - where would I have found the number to call?

>Someone eventually must have called them, and the KB article was
>produced as a result.

Good point!

>The 10 connection limit is hard coded into desktop OSes 



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