There are different databases and you can connect to it through different provider to learn how to connect to your database you can follow this link. I don’t understand any of this listening thing! Post as a guest Name. Help us improve MSDN. Any help is greatly appreciated. Email Required, but never shown.
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Dharmesh Porwal 1, 2 10 NET provider or code library.
Whoever configured your database should have the listener port information? Tom Bascom 8, 2 19 Now at last to my question: Thanks for the above code fragment, Yes, I have Merant 3.
MERANT 3.60 32Bit Progress SQL92 v9.1D on 64Bit Winows 7
Of course that assumes a DSN has already been created on your machine. Thursday, January 12, 2: It’s possible that you may already have the msrant if you have existing applications that access Progress.
Tuesday, December 19, 5: How can I get data out of our Progress databases, using vb? ,erant would have to use the appropriate ConnectionString for Progress though.
I filled all the required fields: I try to find out the database listener port information. The differences will be in the Data namespace you use and the connection string. Or at least, where can I find some information of this matter? Thank you guys for your helpful advice, links and code fragments. Email Pogress, but never shown.
Friday, January 13, The connection string should look something like the following:. provress
MERANT 32Bit Progress SQL92 vD on 64Bit Winows 7 |
The connection string should look something like the following: I’m totally new to everything, which has something to do with vb express edition coding, databases and so on You’re going to have to fill in the blanks a bit because I don’t have your system info. So, now I should be able to develop a windows application in Porgress express-edition that can make use of the data stored in Progress databases, right?
Visual Basic Express Edition https: Tuesday, January 17, 8: