Beginning Visual Basic 6 Database Programming

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Wrox Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Database design - 861 pages
Databases are fundamental to system development and all programmers will need to know how to build programs to interact with them.

From basic design and construction principles, through using ADO.NET and XML, to web forms and Web Services, this book will provide the ideal introduction to this important topic for VB.NET developers.
-- Programmers moving to the .NET framework and programming in VB will need to know how to program database applications. This book covers database programming from concepts to the introduction of more complex topics such as ADO.NET, SQL, XML, Web Forms, and Web Services
-- First book on the market to cover programming databases in VB.NET and is essentially a .NET version of the best-selling Beginning VB6 Database Programming (Aug '98, ISBN 1-861001-06-1)
-- Written in the classic Wrox beginning style with plenty of practical examples and case studies well received by programmers
-- Good follow-up to Beginning VB.NET (Due Nov 01, ISBN 1-861004-96-6)

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Contents

Beginning
1
What Is a Database?
9
Meet the ActiveX Data Object ADO Data Wizard
39

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About the author (1998)

Connell is a VB developer working for a large bank in Chicago.

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