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Boas,

Precisava de um exemplo de código em asp.net para ligar a uma base de dados em Access, sem DNS.

Já pesquisei mas não consegui nada...

Cumps. AriOps

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Daniel Correia

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dim conn, rs
   Set conn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
   conn.open ("PROVIDER=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0; DATA SOURCE=O caminho completo para a tua base de dados")
   Set rs = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
   rs.open "Select * from tabela",fp_conn

Ps: Se alguém saber doutra maneira mais eficaz avissem


Lema: Se eu não saber de alguma coisa não se preocupem porque tento sempre ajudar alguma coisita, nem que seja, por palpites/sugestões.

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using System;
using System.Data.OleDb;

public class DAL
   {
       public static string DbName = "basedados.mdb";
       public static string DbPathName;
       private static string StrConn1 = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0; Data Source=";
       private static string StrConn;        // StrConn = StrConn1 + DbPathName
       private static OleDbConnection Conn;
       private static OleDbCommand Cmd;
       private static OleDbDataReader DtReader;
       //public static string utilizador;

       public DAL()
       {
           //
           // TODO: Add constructor logic here
           //
       }

       public static void GetConnection()
       {
           if (StrConn == null) StrConn = StrConn1 + DbPathName;
           // Conn= new OleDbConnection(StrConn);
           Conn = new OleDbConnection();
           Conn.ConnectionString= StrConn;
           Conn.Open();
       }

       public static void CloseConnection()
       {
           DtReader.Close();
           Conn.Close();   
       }

       public static OleDbConnection GetObjConn() 
       { 
           return Conn; 
       }
}

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