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AutoIt using vbs script to connect to .mdb databas

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Just a quick, down and dirty way to add items to a

database using AutoIt and vb script

Creates the .vbs file with the input you give it,

runs the .vbs file with wscript (windows scripting host)

then deletes the resulting .vbs file

*Sorry 'bout the typo in the title ... add an "e" to that

databas ... :idiot:

connect.zip

Edited by psichosis

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Just a quick, down and dirty way to add items to a

database using AutoIt and vb script

Creates the .vbs file with the input you give it,

runs the .vbs file with wscript (windows scripting host)

then deletes the resulting .vbs file

*Sorry 'bout the typo in the title ... add an "e" to that

databas ...  :idiot:

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

I havent viewed your script at all, but I thought I would let you know that there is a command line SQL program that you can use in direct relation with AutoIt and it is wonderful :D

JS


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I havent viewed your script at all, but I thought I would let you know that there is a command line SQL program that you can use in direct relation with AutoIt and it is wonderful :idiot:

JS

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

I tried that a while back here:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...wtopic=3098&hl=

I was just playing around with the vb script

because it's how our web forms currently connect

to and write to our access databases and thought

it may be useful for someone else to use. :D


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