At 07:29 07/21/1999 , Baba Rahiman wrote:
>We have connected to AS/400 through Windows NT using CA/400.
>Is it possible to give a library list in ODBC by which I can access tables
from
>different libraries(without qualifying the table with library name)?
>We are using VC for our programming.
>Right now I could only  fetch the data from a table from  only one library
>though I have given different library names in my ODBC connectivity?
>I don't  have much idea about ODBC connectivity.

In the datasource you can specify a comma separated list of libraries. I
think semi-colons work too. At one time, it was necessary to put a
delimiter in the first position of the list (before the first library), or
only the first library would get used. I don't know if that's still
necessary, but it doesn't hurt anything, so I always just do it.


Pete Hall
pbhall@execpc.com
http://www.execpc.com/~pbhall
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