The following is a collection of sample code of varying usefulness. Give them a try. You never can tell...
UsefulOfficeExports - Over 50 exports from the Office DLL
ADO_to_DAO - Convert an ADO Connection object to a DAO Database Object
basHebrewAndGregorian - Convert dates from the Gregorian to the Hebrew Calendar and back
Connect - Finding out if you have an Internet connection
CalendarStuff - Get the (possibly localized) names of months and days
basDatabasePassword - Retrieve the database password of any Jet 3.x/3.5x database
basExecString - Execute a string from the VB6 IDE
basIntlFormats - Handle currency, date, and time formats for other locales
UILangAndLangGroups - Handling some of the Windows 2000 UI Language and Language Group Functions
basGUIDs - Guid Conversion functions for COM, Jet, and SQL Server
basScriptJetSecurity - Script out security permissions in your databases
Code from VBPJ Article "Solving Cross-Codepage Problems"
basInCodePage - Determine the Codepage to use When Converting Unicode to ANSI
basDebugEx - Debugging Functions
basHijri - Determine the Use of Hijri Calendar and Conversion to/from Hijri Dates
Code from Smart Access Article "Is the Query Compiled?"
Code from Smart Access Article "Manage Replication Conflicts"
Code from Smart Access Article "Introducing the TSI Synchronizer Object"
basIsValidIdent - Validate Names to Make Sure They Aren't VBA Keywords
Acheiving Callback Functionality in Access 97 and Office 97
basDbcsSbcs - Convert SBCS to DBCS
basLcidCp - Working with Language IDs, LCIDs, Code Pages, Character Sets etc.
basServerList - Get a List of SQL Servers on an NT Domain
Code from VBPJ Article "Name That Language"
Copy NT file perms from one file or dir to another
If you have wanted a simple routine to copy the NT file permissions from one file ord directory or another, then you will definitely want to download the basCopyFilePerms module! As long as you have the permission to read and write the necessary information, you may well find your needs solved by the function in this module!
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