Working with ADO

  • William R. Vaughn


you’re not reading this book for the jokes—at least, I hope not. I hope you’re reading it for suggestions on how to write efficient ADO data access applications and how to write them efficiently. This first chapter walks you through some of the fundamentals—the stuff you must have in place to use ADO at all. I’ll assume you know what you’re doing in most respects, so I’ll leave out some of the basic step-by-step stuff you’ll find in the “Idiots” books. If you don’t know what ADO is, what its object model looks like, or how the objects relate to one another, see the “ADO Fundamentals” appendix at the back of the book.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • William R. Vaughn
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  1. 1.MicrosoftUK

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