ADO is the current preferred means of connecting a program to a data source in an MS Windows environment. This article describes how to connect to a text or dbase file data source using ADO without first creating an ODBC DSN.
Crash Magic can now access images and reports stored in a folder as of version 2.13
Users will try to access the Demo database after Intersection Magic has been installed on a computer, and they will receive an error saying they have insufficient access to read data for the demo database.
In order to work with virtual locations, you will need to create an ODBC share and tables.
Registration key doesn't "stick" when using Windows 2000 or Windows XP. As a result, the key appears to not be accepted. Often, the key works on one machine or for one user, but not on others.