I'm able to retrieve data just fine using a SELECT statement on an Ole Db Command object.
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With the help of Road 2 Recovery, Albertson was going to seek out a second opinion. In the post, Jimmy said surgery is schedule for Wednesday morning. As you all know from the last update, I was looking into other options instead of fusing five vertebrae. He went on to explain that by having the rods and fusion without the spinal alignment done will have a terrible effect on me in my quest to get back to living pain free.
Today, on his Facebook page, Albertson confirmed that he will undergo surgery to have his vertebrae fused. After getting three opinions, it confirmed that I had no other choice besides fusing due to the ligament damage along with the severity of the fractures. There are not many surgeons who are willing to do this surgery, because it does involve breaking the spine to correct it.
The linked information can be updated automatically if you change the original data in the source file.
For example, if you select a paragraph in a Word document and then paste the paragraph as a linked object in an Excel workbook, the information can be updated in Excel if you change the information in your Word document.
Both linking and embedding insert information from one document into another document.
Also, both linked and embedded OLE objects can be edited from within the destination application.
Embed objects if you want to be able to use the application that created them for editing, but you do not want the OLE object to be updated when you edit information in the source document.