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  • vb.net | Update DB with OleDB

    - by liron
    i wrote a module of a connection to DB with OleDB and the 'sub UpdateClients' doesn't work, the DB don't update. what's missing or wrong? Module mdlDB Const CONNECTION_STRING As String = _ "provider= Microsoft.Jet.OleDB.4.0;Data Source=DbHalf.mdb;mode= Share Deny None" Dim daClient As New OleDb.OleDbDataAdapter Dim dsClient As New DataSet Dim cmClient As CurrencyManager Public Sub OpenClients(ByVal txtId, ByVal txtName, ByVal BindingContext) Dim Con As New OleDb.OleDbConnection(CONNECTION_STRING) Dim sqlClient As New OleDb.OleDbCommand Con.Open() sqlClient.CommandText = "SELECT*" sqlClient.CommandText += "FROM tblClubClient" sqlClient.Connection = Con daClient.SelectCommand = sqlClient dsClient.Clear() daClient.Fill(dsClient, "CLUB_CLIENT") cmClient = BindingContext(dsClient, "CLUB_CLIENT") cmClient.Position = 0 txtId.DataBindings.Add("text", dsClient, "CLUB_CLIENT.ClntId") txtName.DataBindings.Add("text", dsClient, "CLUB_CLIENT.ClntName") Con.Close() End Sub Public Sub UpdateClients(ByVal txtId, ByVal txtName, ByVal BindingContext) Dim cb As New OleDb.OleDbCommandBuilder(daClient) cmClient = BindingContext(dsClient, "CLUB_CLIENT") dsClient.Tables("CLUB_CLIENT").Rows(cmClient.Position).Item("ClntId") = txtId.Text dsClient.Tables("CLUB_CLIENT").Rows(cmClient.Position).Item("ClntName") = txtName.Text daClient.Update(dsClient, "CLUB_CLIENT") End Sub End Module

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  • OLEDB connection to Access database using DSN

    - by somu
    Hai i want oledb connection using Dsn. I used the following code 'Dsn Create dbRegBase.RegisterDatabase("GEMINI", "Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)", True,DBQ=D:\Gemini\GEMINI\database\paints_01_2008-2009.mdb Description=Greenchip Technologies ODBC Database File Path OemToAnsi=No UID=admin PWD=XXXXXX conection code Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;DBQ ='GEMINI';Persist Security Info=False;Jet OleDB:Database Password = XXXXXX But Error come error name is "Could not find installable ISAM" what i do . please tell me.

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  • OLEDB connection to Access database using DSN

    - by somu
    i want oledb connection using Dsn. I used the following code 'Dsn Create dbRegBase.RegisterDatabase("GEMINI", "Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)", True,DBQ=D:\Gemini\GEMINI\database\paints_01_2008-2009.mdb Description=Greenchip Technologies ODBC Database File Path OemToAnsi=No UID=admin PWD=XXXXXX conection code Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;DBQ ='GEMINI';Persist Security Info=False;Jet OleDB:Database Password = XXXXXX But Error come error name is "Could not find installable ISAM" what i do . please tell me.

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  • Running OLEDB VB6 Windows Progam Under Wine

    - by Beaner
    I'm trying to install a VB6 Windows program that uses OLEDB to access VFP tables to run under Wine 1.0.1 on Ubuntu 9.10. Wine is configured to Windows version Windows XP. The program install ran okay, and I used winetricks to install MDAC 2.8 and JET 4.0 sp7. I also installed Microsoft's vfpoledb and vfpodbc drivers. The application starts and displays an error message, item cannot be found in the collection corresponding to the requested name or ordinal. Does anyone have an idea how to fix this?

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  • OleDB connection only working when debugging

    - by Francesc
    I have a C# application that connects to a named SQL Express instance on the local machine using OleDBConnection: _connection = new OleDbConnection(_strConn); _connection.Open(); _strConn is something like this: "Provider=sqloledb;Data Source=.\NAMEDINSTANCE;Initial Catalog=dbname;User Id=sa;Password=password;" If I debug the application, the connection works fine. If I run the application from Windows Explorer (the same debug compilation), I get an "OleDBException: Login timeout expired" in the Open() line after 30 seconds. The strange thing is the exception happens even if I attach the debugger to the exe. I can see that the connection string is correct and everything seems fine. I can't fine any extra information in the SQL Express error log or SQL Activity Monitor either. If it helps, here is the exception: System.Data.OleDb.OleDbException: Login timeout expired at System.Data.OleDb.OleDbConnectionInternal..ctor(OleDbConnectionString constr, OleDbConnection connection) at System.Data.OleDb.OleDbConnectionFactory.CreateConnection(DbConnectionOptions options, Object poolGroupProviderInfo, DbConnectionPool pool, DbConnection owningObject) at System.Data.ProviderBase.DbConnectionFactory.CreateNonPooledConnection(DbConnection owningConnection, DbConnectionPoolGroup poolGroup) at System.Data.ProviderBase.DbConnectionFactory.GetConnection(DbConnection owningConnection) at System.Data.ProviderBase.DbConnectionClosed.OpenConnection(DbConnection outerConnection, DbConnectionFactory connectionFactory) at System.Data.OleDb.OleDbConnection.Open() I imagine that find the issue with the information I give here might be difficult, but I don't know where else to look or what other tests to do, so any ideas on what it could be or what test I could do to find out will be really appreciated.

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  • Problems of reading Excel 2003 using Oledb

    - by Tim
    I tried to use Oledb to open Excel 2003. Looks like I can read most of data, but for some cells (such as number), the value returned is Null. Any suggestion? My connection string: ConnectionString="Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Extended Properties=Excel 8.0;"

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  • C# Excel file OLEDB read HTML IMPORT

    - by Michel van Engelen
    Hi, I have to automate something for the finance dpt. I've got an Excel file which I want to read using OleDb: string connectionString = @"Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=A_File.xls;Extended Properties=""HTML Import;IMEX=1;"""; using (OleDbConnection connection = new OleDbConnection()) { using (DbCommand command = connection.CreateCommand()) { connection.ConnectionString = connectionString; connection.Open(); DataTable dtSchema = connection.GetOleDbSchemaTable(OleDbSchemaGuid.Tables, null); if( (null == dtSchema) || ( dtSchema.Rows.Count <= 0 ) ) { //raise exception if needed } command.CommandText = "SELECT * FROM [NameOfTheWorksheet$]"; using (DbDataReader dr = command.ExecuteReader()) { while (dr.Read()) { //do something with the data } } } } Normally the connectionstring would have an extended property "Excel 8.0", but the file can't be read that way because it seems to be an html file renamed to .xls. when I copy the data from the xls to a new xls, I can read the new xls with the E.P. set to "Excel 8.0". Yes, I can read the file by creating an instance of Excel, but I rather not.. Any idea how I can read the xls using OleDb without making manual changes to the xls or by playing with ranges in a instanciated Excel? Regards, Michel

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  • How to determine MS Access field size via OleDb

    - by Andy
    The existing application is in C#. During startup the application calls a virtual method to make changes to the database (for example a new revision may need to calculate a new field or something). An open OleDb connection is passed into the method. I need to change a field width. The ALTER TABLE statement is working fine. But I would like to avoid executing the ALTER TABLE statement if the field is already the appropriate size. Is there a way to determine the size of an MS Access field using the same OleDb connection?

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  • Excel - referenced values via OleDB from .Net client

    - by ho
    I'm trying to read an Excel file (.xls, I think Excel 2003 compatible) via OleDB, but it fails to get the values for referenced fields. This is my current test code (please note, this is just part of the class): Private m_conn As OleDbConnection Public Sub New(ByVal fileName As String) Dim connString As String = String.Format("Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source={0};Extended Properties=Excel 8.0;", fileName) m_conn = New OleDbConnection(connString) m_conn.Open() End Sub Public Sub GetSheet(ByVal sheet As String) Dim query As String = String.Format("SELECT * FROM [{0}]", sheet) Using cmd As OleDbCommand = m_conn.CreateCommand() cmd.CommandText = query Dim ds As New DataSet() Dim a As New OleDbDataAdapter(cmd) Using rdr As OleDbDataReader = cmd.ExecuteReader() While rdr.Read() Debug.WriteLine(rdr.Item(0).ToString()) End While End Using End Using End Sub But if the value is a reference (something like =+'MySheetName'!K37), I just get a DBNull from the call to rdr.Item(0). I can get around this by automating Excel instead, but would prefer not to have to use Excel automation so wondering if anyone knows how to do it.

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  • SQL SERVER – OLEDB – Link Server – Wait Type – Day 23 of 28

    - by pinaldave
    When I decided to start writing about this wait type, the very first question that came to my mind was, “What does ‘OLEDB’ stand for?” A quick search on Wikipedia tells me that OLEDB means Object Linking and Embedding Database. (How many of you knew this?) Anyway, I found it very interesting that this wait type was in one of the top 10 wait types in many of the systems I have come across in my performance tuning experience. Books On-Line: ????OLEDB occurs when SQL Server calls the SQL Server Native Client OLE DB Provider. This wait type is not used for synchronization. Instead, it indicates the duration of calls to the OLE DB provider. OLEDB Explanation: This wait type primarily happens when Link Server or Remove Query has been executed. The most common case wherein this wait type is visible is during the execution of Linked Server. When SQL Server is retrieving data from the remote server, it uses OLEDB API to retrieve the data. It is possible that the remote system is not quick enough or the connection between them is not fast enough, leading SQL Server to wait for the result’s return from the remote (or external) server. This is the time OLEDB wait type occurs. Reducing OLEDB wait: Check the Link Server configuration. Checking Disk-Related Perfmon Counters Average Disk sec/Read (Consistent higher value than 4-8 millisecond is not good) Average Disk sec/Write (Consistent higher value than 4-8 millisecond is not good) Average Disk Read/Write Queue Length (Consistent higher value than benchmark is not good) At this point in time, I am not able to think of any more ways on reducing this wait type. Do you have any opinion about this subject? Please share it here and I will share your comment with the rest of the Community, and of course, with due credit unto you. Please read all the post in the Wait Types and Queue series. Note: The information presented here is from my experience and there is no way that I claim it to be accurate. I suggest reading Book OnLine for further clarification. All the discussion of Wait Stats in this blog is generic and varies from system to system. It is recommended that you test this on a development server before implementing it to a production server. Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com) Filed under: Pinal Dave, PostADay, SQL, SQL Authority, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL Tips and Tricks, SQL Wait Stats, SQL Wait Types, T SQL, Technology

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  • Retrieve pictures from Excel file using OLEDB and C#

    - by CBoy
    I have an Excel sheet with two column, one is a number , and second column have a picture. i want to read these data from c# with oledb connection, i can read number easily , but pictures is not contained in second column , so in c# i just get first column. now, how can i read the images ? i want to extract the numbers and related images from this excel sheet. Thanks.

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  • excel - inserting data with OleDb c#

    - by Cmptrb
    Hi, my code is below: private string connectionstring = @"Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\myexcel.xls; Extended Properties=""Excel 8.0;HDR=YES;"""; this is my connection string, the excel file is created writable (not readonly) either my command to insert any data is : string commandstring = "insert into [mus$] (name, surname) values('mickey', 'mouse')"; But my commandstring does not work and gives the error: "number of query values and destination fields are not the same" Where I do mistake ?

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  • OleDB Jet - Float issues in reading excel data

    - by Patrick
    When I read a sheet into a DataTable using the OleDbDataReader, floating point numbers loose their precision. I tried forcing OleDb to read the excel data as string, but although the data is now contained in a DataRow with each Column defined as System.String it looses precision (18.125 - 18.124962832). Any idea how to avoid this behaviour?

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  • Accessing a database using visual c++ and OLEDB

    - by Shadi
    Does anybody have an example of working with database using Visual C++ and OLEDB? What should I include on top of my code? I have searched the internet and most examples are using C# or VB. Examples written by C++ are usually not complete. I really appreciate your help. Best, Shadi.

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  • Microsft Jet oledb connection to excel loses formulae

    - by Saubhagya
    I have a dataset and I write it's values to an excel file using Microsoft Jet 4.0 Oledb provider. I want to put hyperlinks into the excel, for this I write "=HYPERLINK("http://www.abc.org/x.pdf")" in DS and then write it to excel. But when the excel is opened it prefixes a ' (quote/apostrophe) before the formula and there it comes as a text, not link. Can you help me removing that quote so that my excel file has hyperlinks instead of that as text? I need to use Microsoft Jet 4.0 provider (not excel component) as the client machine may or may not have MS-Excel installed on his machine.

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  • Microsoft ACE OLEDB provider throws could not find installable ISAM exception

    - by Michael Stoll
    I'm trying to read Excel spreadsheets with a 64bit Process. Therefore I use the 64 bit Version of Micorosft Access Database Engine 2010. The following code var cs = @"Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;" + @"Data Source=C:\test.xls;" + @"Extended Properties=""Excel 14.0;"""); con = new OleDbConnection(cs); con.Open(); throw an Exception: Could not find installable ISAM Using google I found a lot of questions about this exception. But they refer to JET and seem not apply to my problem. Any recommendations?

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  • Opening read-only OLEDB connection to MS Access back-end database while allowing updates via separat

    - by djdilicious
    I have a back-end MS Access 2002-2003 database which stores blog entries. I created a separate front-end database with the forms for entering blog posts into the backend database. Finally, I have a website utilizing ASP to display the blog entries. The website connects directly to the backend database using an OLEDB connection object. Whenever I open the form for creating a new post in MS Access, loading the blog post page on the website displays the error: Could not use "; file already in use. I would like to be able to display the older blog posts even though the newest one is in the process of being added.

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  • Issues reading CSV file using OLEDB when filenamen have period

    - by Rodel Dagumampan
    Issues reading CSV file using OLEDB when filenamen have period. I have a code in C# that reads CSV File using OleDBProvider. It works perfect with filenames in regular format such as Budget.csv but failed when i renamed the file into Budget.DKK.csv or Budget.USD.csv I throws this exception: he Microsoft Jet database engine could not find the object 'Budget.DKK.csv'. Make sure the object exists and that you spell its name and the path name correctly. I have no idea so far why is this happenning.

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  • Creating An OLEDB Connection From Excel To SQL

    - by Soo
    I am looking to run SQL queries using VBA code in an Excel file. It may sound like a bad way to do things, but the purpose of this is to support legacy functionality on a project I'm working on. I figured out how to create an ODBC connection, but it requires several steps which may be troublesome to implement on many computers, so I'm looking into the possibility of using OLEDB to get the job done. My question is how to go about setting things up so I can run SQL queries in Excel using VBA.

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  • OleDBDataAdapter UNPIVOT Query not working with Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0 DataSource

    - by JayT
    I am reading in an excel file with an OleDBDataAdapter. I am using a select statement to UNPIVOT the data and insert into DataSet. However, the compiler is genereating this error: {"Syntax error in FROM clause."} But the SQL Statement is correct as I have used it in other DB's Here is the code: string strConn = "Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source=" + FileName + ";Extended Properties=\"Excel 12.0 Xml;HDR=" + HDR + ";IMEX=1\""; OleDbConnection conn = new OleDbConnection(strConn); conn.Open(); string SQL = "select Packhouse, Rm, Quantity , Product " + " FROM " + " ( " + " SELECT Date,Packhouse, Rm,[FG XL], [FG L] " + " FROM [" + xlSheet + "] " + " ) Main " + " UNPIVOT " + " ( " + " Quantity FOR Product in ([FG XL], [FG L]) " + " ) Sub " + " WHERE (Date = '2010/03/08') and Quantity <> '0' and Packhouse = 'A' and Rm = '1' "; OleDbDataAdapter adapter = new OleDbDataAdapter(); adapter.SelectCommand = new OleDbCommand(SQL, conn); ds[sequencecounter] = new DataSet(); adapter.Fill(ds[sequencecounter], xlSheet); If I copy and paste the excel data into a DB, then the select query works, but the data presented to me is in excel spreadsheets. If anyone could provide help on this it will be much appreciated. Regards, J

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  • Reading/Writing DataTables to and from an OleDb Database LINQ

    - by jsmith
    My current project is to take information from an OleDbDatabase and .CSV files and place it all into a larger OleDbDatabase. I have currently read in all the information I need from both .CSV files, and the OleDbDatabase into DataTables.... Where it is getting hairy is writing all of the information back to another OleDbDatabase. Right now my current method is to do something like this: OleDbTransaction myTransaction = null; try { OleDbConnection conn = new OleDbConnection("PROVIDER=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;" + "Data Source=" + Database); conn.Open(); OleDbCommand command = conn.CreateCommand(); string strSQL; command.Transaction = myTransaction; strSQL = "Insert into TABLE " + "(FirstName, LastName) values ('" + FirstName + "', '" + LastName + "')"; command.CommandType = CommandType.Text; command.CommandText = strSQL; command.ExecuteNonQuery(); conn.close(); catch (Exception) { // IF invalid data is entered, rolls back the database myTransaction.Rollback(); } Of course, this is very basic and I'm using an SQL command to commit my transactions to a connection. My problem is I could do this, but I have about 200 fields that need inserted over several tables. I'm willing to do the leg work if that's the only way to go. But I feel like there is an easier method. Is there anything in LINQ that could help me out with this?

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  • Getting an 'Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' provider is not registered on the local machine error when I tried hosting on Azure Servers

    - by user1864888
    I am hosting a web application which uses OLEDB 12 to read an Excel file, but getting the error "'Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' provider is not registered on the local machine". Wonder if I should use lower version of OLEDB or Azure does not support OLEDB services at all. Before rewriting the program, just wanted to see if anyone knows a better alternative. I am using Visual Studio 2010 for my development. Thanks in Advance.

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  • Active directory select and display with asp.net (oledb) (error code: DB_E_ERRORSINCOMMAND(0x80040E1

    - by Phil
    I am trying to make a page which displays some user information returned from active directory. Here is my code so far: Dim oConnection As OleDbConnection Dim oCmd As OleDbCommand Dim strADOQuery As String Dim oleReader As OleDbDataReader oConnection = New OleDbConnection() oCmd = New OleDbCommand() oConnection.ConnectionString = "Provider=ADsDSOObject;" oConnection.Open() oCmd.Connection = oConnection strADOQuery = "select distinguishedName, cn, givenname, sn, mail, middleName, displayName, description, telephonenumber, physicalDeliveryOfficeName, employeeID from 'LDAP://dc=foo,dc=ac,dc=uk' WHERE objectCategory='Person' AND objectClass='user' AND sAMAccountName='" & Uname & "'""" oCmd.CommandText = strADOQuery oCmd.CommandTimeout = 600 oCmd.ExecuteReader() While oleReader.Read ADDN = r("distinguishedName") ADCommonName = r("cn") ADFirstName = r("givenname") ADLastName = r("sn") ADEmail = r("mail") ADFirstandLast = r("displayName") ADDescription = r("description") ADTelephone = r("telephonenumber") ADOffice = r("physicalDeliveryOfficeName") ADStaffnum = r("employeeID") End While oConnection.Close() oleReader.Close() I'm finding it hard to see exactly what is wrong with the code. The error message presented is vague: 'ADsDSOObject' failed with no error message available, result code: DB_E_ERRORSINCOMMAND(0x80040E14). Any assistance would be greatly appreciated Thanks.

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  • Using OLEDB parameters in .NET when connecting to an AS400/DB2

    - by Jeff Stock
    I have been pulling my hair out trying to figure out what I can't get parameters to work in my query. I have the code written in VB.NET trying to do a query to an AS/400. I have IBM Access for Windows installed and I am able to get queries to work, just not with parameters. Any time I include a parameter in my query (ex. @MyParm) it doesn't work. It's like it doesn't replace the parameter with the value it should be. Here's my code: I get the following error: SQL0206: Column @MyParm not in specified tables Here's my code: Dim da As New OleDbDataAdapter Dim dt As New DataTable da.SelectCommand = New OleDbCommand da.SelectCommand.Connection = con da.SelectCommand.CommandText = "SELECT * FROM MyTable WHERE Col1 = @MyParm" With da.SelectCommand.Parameters .Add("@MyParm", OleDbType.Integer, 9) .Item("@MyParm").Value = 5 End With ' I get the error here of course da.Fill(dt) I can replace @MyParm with a literal of 5 and it works fine. What am I missing here? I do this with SQL Server all the time, but this is the first time I am attempting it on an AS400.

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  • Exception:Cannot Start your application.The Workgroup information file is missing or opened exclusiv

    - by Jeev
    We were getting this error when trying   to connect  to a password protected access file. This is what the connection string looked likestring conString [email protected]"Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source="Path to your access file";User Id=;Password=password";To fix the issue this is what we didstring conString [email protected]"Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source="Path to your access file";Jet OLEDB:Database Password=password";  We removed the User id and changed the password to Jet OLEDB:Database Password Hope this helps someone   

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