Yes, you need to install the MyODBC connector on the server, then create a connection to the database via ADO, just like you would SQL Server (with a different ConnectionString, of course). You can use ODBC or create a DSN-less connection.
Thank you, basically what I got from your answer was yes, it can be done. I am a newb to databases in general, so I am not familiar with what you were talking about when you were explaining what I needed to do to accomplish this. I'm sure as I learn more (books, tuts, etc) I'll understand it better, for now though, I just wanted to know if it could be done. Thank you again.