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    Exclamation OO4O 2.1 vs MDAC

    Hi There,
    I have a typical scenario here. We're planning to move VB3 using OO4O 2.1 16-bit to VB6 with MDAC 2.8 / ADO or VB.NET with ADO.NET.

    Now I must distinguish and list out some of the features that ADO / ADO.NET has over OO4O to induce the client to fund for this migration.

    I'd tried to find any such differences apart from their architecture / functionalities, but no luck.

    Can you all list out some of the differences between these 2 technologies i.e., ADO and OO4O 2.1 especially that is performance related will be an advantage.

    for eg:
    The transaction isolation levels in ADO 2.8 and OO4O 2.1

    Kind Regs,

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    You didn't say "please" and also looks like you are looking for somebody to do your job for you -for free.

    Please take me out of your "you all" list.
    Pablo (Paul) Berzukov

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAVB
    You didn't say "please" and also looks like you are looking for somebody to do your job for you -for free.

    Please take me out of your "you all" list.
    PAVB,
    Nope, Please Please Please help.
    I tried to look around unfortunately couldn't find much info on OO4O. Kindly help

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    "Please" Please provide information on OO4O vs ADO. I couldn't find any on OO4O

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