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Microsoft® Access® 2010 In Depth by Roger Jennings

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32. Understanding Data Access Objects, OLE DB, and ADO

Integrated data management is the key to Access’s success in the desktop RDBMS and client/server front-end market. Access and its wizards let you create basic data-bound forms, reports, and pages with minimal effort and little or no VBA programming. Linked tables provide dynamic access to a wide range of data sources. As your Access applications grow larger and more complex, automation with VBA code in class and public modules becomes essential. Ultimately, you’ll need to write code that manipulates the Recordset objects to which your forms and, occasionally, reports are bound. Typically, you use code when you want to process a Recordset’s rows sequentially instead of as a complete set. ...

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