Teach Yourself OLE DB and ADO in 21 Days

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Sams Pub., 1997 - Computers - 648 pages
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Understand the nuts and bolts behind connection and recordset objects; master the ActiveX Data Objects by understanding object model hierarchy; create components to pull dynamic data from various servers and databases; use Advanced Data Connector controls to speed up development; ensure fast and secure data access using ADO and the ADC; design a Web-based order-entry application; prepare OLE DB, ADO, and Microsoft Windows NT Server to work together efficiently; develop error-handling techniques you can integrate into your own OLE DB and ADO applications; integrate your OLE DB and ADO applications into Transaction Server, Microsoft Index Server, and Microsoft Internet Information Server; and implement ADO applications using Active Server Pages.

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Introduction to OLE DB
Accessing a Data Source

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Fronckowiak is president & founder of IDC Consulting, Inc., where he specializes in Internet and intranet consulting, application development, and network consulting. He is an adjunct associate professor at Canisius College of Buffalo, NY.

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