At one time, data access using Microsoft products was one of the worst alphabet soups in the industry. From DAO to RDO to ODBC, you were never sure what the favored data access strategy of the week was. Active Data Objects (ADO), which were introduced in the Chapter 14, is Microsoft’s current attempt at a single, unified data access strategy. Because ADO is used for both client/server and Web programming, you need to learn only a single data-access method. This chapter goes much further with ADO then the brief introduction in the last chapter.
KeywordsEncapsulation Prefix Editing Dick Marquis
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