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Today I'm highlighting my twelve year old RSView32 demo showcasing how to query an Access database.
The result was this demo which first queried for part numbers, and then displayed them in a list box.
Once the operator selected a part number he would then press a button to query for the part number's details and save them to tag values.
Posted on my original website back on June 14th, 2003, you can now find the original article right here on The Automation Blog using the below link:
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