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DataBase is readonly?
Posted by: José Gilson Oliveira
Date: May 15, 2005 04:07PM

I did decide to migrate my DB (Access) to a robust SGBD and in this weekend I did do it.

Primaly, I tried with MS SQL Server, after I tried with MySQL and finally PostGre, so MySQL was the winner, I don't have words to explain my satisfaction with it. MySQL was extremely fast.

I have a question:

I'm using VB and ODBC, and my system was developed using Data Control (a object to access data), using it to do some kinds of DB tasks like (insert new record, delete, update, and so on).

Why using data control I'm receiving this message:

Data Base is readonly!

But if I use DataBase.Execute("delete from table where ...") it's ok, I don't have problem using SQL Direct.

I really appreciate a answer to my problem.

And congratulations you are the best - MySql is the best.

Thanks,

José Gilson

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