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James T. Johnson23-Oct-02 3:26
James T. Johnson23-Oct-02 3:26 
Paul Watson wrote:
I have not gone as far as to abstract the database bit out of the class

I did it mainly because I'm still up in the air over if I'm going to use Access or MSDE on the client's computer. This approach keeps most of the code the same, changing just the *DB classes.

It also bridges on whether I can get him to upgrade his last crappy PC to a new Win2K box. I don't think I want MSDE running on a system with only 64MB of RAM Unsure | :~

James
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Questionthread.Abort() doesn't work????? Pin
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