[AccessD] Calling ADO without having to roll out five hundred new mdbs

Steve Erbach erbachs at gmail.com
Mon Jan 17 19:43:43 CST 2005


I suppose that you've seen these:


Sorry I don't have any more to offer.

Steve Erbach
Neenah, WI

On Mon, 17 Jan 2005 11:57:48 +0000, Mark Breen <marklbreen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> I just sent an email tell you about a new project that I have taken
> on.  It is Access 97 and Oracle as the BE.
> We would like to use ADO for some stored procedures to avail of output
> parameters, but it is not desirable to have to reference ADO on five
> hundred PC's.  Especially with different versions of the OS throughout
> the company.
> Is there a way that I can call this ADO, from a central database and
> pass the results back to the clients that are located throughout the
> company?  Maybe MDA's?  I know that if I use MDA's that I will have to
> reference them, but that might not be too bad because at least I can
> control the version.  But that MDA will need the ADO reference.
> I have not really done any COM / DCOM work, but maybe some of you have
> and can think of a solution to this,
> The alternative is to try to rev the access db with new references to ado.
> Thanks in advance for your help.
> Mark

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