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What are the steps to modify a .adp file connection string and convert the DAO code to ADO?

What are the steps-by-steps needed to modify a .adp (Access Data Project) file connection string and convert the DAO (Data Access Object) code to it's equivalent ADO (ActiveX Data Objects)? I'm converting a MS Access2007 database project to SQL Svr2005 back-end and wish to have Access2007 remain the front-end aplication. Please note, I have used the Upsizing Wizard to create the .adp file to create a Client - Server application. Thanks.

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asked Apr 11 '10 at 08:34 PM in Default

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From what I remember Access used to have a process known as the database splitter that does this very task. Sadly I have never used Access 2007 so cant confirm its still called that or still in the application. If it isnt then there is a downloadable utility called the Access Database Upsizer which does the same thing...http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access/CH062526781033.aspx

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answered Apr 12 '10 at 04:33 AM

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