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CliffS Absent Member.
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Relativity and connection string

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Working with a developer to access Cobol data via Relativity from Visual Basic applications and I am being asked for the connection string or dll that needs to be used. I know I need to use the ODBC connection for Data Client ADO, but I am being asked for an example of others that have this step already working. Can anyone give me a small piece of sample code with a connection string?  Thanks.

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Micro Focus Expert
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RE: Relativity and connection string

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It's installed with the data manager and should be here: C:\Program Files (x86)\Micro Focus\Relativity Data Manager\reldbm32.chm

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RE: Relativity and connection string

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reldbm32.chm

Topic: Connection Strings (Advanced)


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CliffS Absent Member.
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RE: Relativity and connection string

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Interesting Tom - I don't have that file.  I have the relcs and the relsad entries but not the reldbm

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RE: Relativity and connection string

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It's installed with the data manager and should be here: C:\Program Files (x86)\Micro Focus\Relativity Data Manager\reldbm32.chm

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CliffS Absent Member.
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RE: Relativity and connection string

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Thank you Uwe.  I had been looking under the Data Client folder.

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RE: Relativity and connection string

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Great!  Glad I could help.

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