Using mySQl with .Net Compact Framework

Discussion in 'MCAD' started by den 2005, Sep 1, 2005.

  1. den 2005

    den 2005 Guest

    Hi Everybody,
    I am new at this group/forum. I am a .Net Programmer from Manila,
    Philippines.
    I like to ask anyone who can help me how to use mySQL database in
    programming Visual Studio .Net Smart Device Application (.Net Compact
    Framework). Specific question is it seems the System.Data namespace at this
    application does not have the ODBC or OleDB namespace classes/objects. It
    offers only for MS SQL CE. How can I go around this to be able to access and
    do data processing with mySQL with .Net Compact Framework? Thanks

    den 2005

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    den 2005, Sep 1, 2005
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  2. That's not really a certification question, is it?

    You might want to look at either the .NET connector available at the mysql
    site, or mysqldrivercs. I'm not using the CF anymore, but I'm using the
    latter driver quite extensively.

    Cheers
    Stephan <not yet an MCAD yet but working hard on it>
    "den 2005" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Hi Everybody,
    > I am new at this group/forum. I am a .Net Programmer from Manila,
    > Philippines.
    > I like to ask anyone who can help me how to use mySQL database in
    > programming Visual Studio .Net Smart Device Application (.Net Compact
    > Framework). Specific question is it seems the System.Data namespace at
    > this
    > application does not have the ODBC or OleDB namespace classes/objects. It
    > offers only for MS SQL CE. How can I go around this to be able to access
    > and
    > do data processing with mySQL with .Net Compact Framework? Thanks
    >
    > den 2005
    >
    > --
    > MCP Year 2005, Philippines
    > --
    > MCP Year 2005, Philippines
    Stephan Steiner, Sep 13, 2005
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