Chapter 23. Programming with ADO

by David Bennett and Chuck Wood

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This chapter takes a look at ActiveX Data Objects, or ADO, Microsoft's object-oriented interface to OLE DB data sources. ADO was originally conceived in version 5 to replace the Data Access Objects (DAO) and Remote Data Objects (RDO) interfaces, providing both a wider array of features and a higher degree of flexibility. In Visual C++ 6.0, ...

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