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How do I connect to a dbf

3 posts in Delphi Last posting was on 2003-09-12 18:18:33.0Z
pnye Posted on 2003-09-10 20:01:52.0Z
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With a tADStable
What do I put as the connection etc?


Brian Malooley Posted on 2003-09-10 20:41:47.0Z
Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 16:41:47 -0400
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On a TAdsTable set the AdsConnection (if you have a
TAdsConnection.ConnectionPath is looking at the path of where your data
is) or DatabaseName (is looking where your data is).

Then set TableName to ttAdsCDX. Which then should cause the TableName
drop list to file and be able to pick the table your looking form.

This all in DesignTime.

Good luck...........Brian

pnye wrote:
> With a tADStable
> What do I put as the connection etc?
>
>


Kenneth Burgener Posted on 2003-09-12 18:18:33.0Z
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But it doesn't have to be done in design time. You can change the Table
type while the program is running, as long as the table is not active.

"Brian Malooley" <bmaloole@NOSPAM.twcny.rr.com> wrote in message
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> On a TAdsTable set the AdsConnection (if you have a
> TAdsConnection.ConnectionPath is looking at the path of where your data
> is) or DatabaseName (is looking where your data is).
>
> Then set TableName to ttAdsCDX. Which then should cause the TableName
> drop list to file and be able to pick the table your looking form.
>
> This all in DesignTime.
>
> Good luck...........Brian
>
> pnye wrote:
> > With a tADStable
> > What do I put as the connection etc?
> >
> >
>