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Q1 Does OpenAccess ODBC driver work with ODBC .NET Provider?
Q2 Does OpenAccess OLE DB provider work with OLE DB .NET Provider?
Q3 How to use OpenAccess .NET Data Provider SDK?
Q4 Data Adapter Configuration Wizard is not working with OpenAccess OLE DB Provider.
Yes, it is working fine. We tested using ODBC .NET Provider (Beta 1). You should have OpenAccess ODBC driver 4.8 and above. Otherwise it will give exception during DataReader.Close() method.
Yes, it is working fine. We tested using OLE DB .NET Provider (Beta 2). Please download OLE_DB_and_NET.pdf for instructions.
Please follow instructions in this document OA_NET_SDK.pdf.
Microsoft found that this was a bug in ADO.NET and provided us a HotFix for this bug. They will be releasing Q325790 KB article on there web site or you can call Microsoft support at 1-800-936-5800 and ask them that you need fix for Q325790 KB article.
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