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When you say database online are you talking over the internet, or your private network? Because there is a big difference between the two and the types of databases you can access over the web. For connection string information see http://www.connectionstrings.com...

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I mean ONLINE databse MSQL connection for login form in vb6

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Once again, when you say ONLINE are you talking about over the INTERNET or your own PRIVATE NETWORK? As it can be interpreted that a database is online when the service is running. A computer can be online even though it is the only machine for 100 miles with no connection to a network or the internet! So which is it?!?!?

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Once again, when you say ONLINE are you talking about over the INTERNET or your own PRIVATE NETWORK? As it can be interpreted that a database is online when the service is running. A computer can be online even though it is the only machine for 100 miles with no connection to a network or the internet! So which is it?!?!?

Internet yes

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Okay, and so you say that you are using M$ SQL Server right? Have you gone to http://www.connectionstrings.com yet and looked at their connections strings for SQL Server? Because if I remember correctly, they have a version or two for opening a database over the internet. Then they also have several versions for opening a database over a network.

Then, if you need to learn ADO, use your friends (yahoo, google, ask, answers, bing) and search for vb6 ado tutorial...

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