Chapter 15. What Are ActiveX Data Objects, and Why Are They Important?

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ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) are used to create, modify, and remove Jet Engine, Access Database Engine, SQL Server, or other open database connectivity (ODBC) objects via code. They give you the flexibility to move beyond the user interface to manipulate data stored in the Jet Engine, Access Database Engine, and other formats. Some of the ...

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