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Sample data sources and code on CD–ROM!

Simplify retrieving data from many different formats!

Locate information easily from relational databases, e–mail folders, spreadsheets, and more Consider this friendly guide your road map to Web–based, data–driven development solutions. Whether you're a programmer, Web developer, or anyone who needs to write scripts to locate and retrieve data from a variety of sources — including Office 2000, ASP, Visual Basic®, and more — these pages will help you use this programming interface with ease. all this on the bonus CD–ROM Code for all the applications in the book Sample data sources Microsoft® MDAC v2.5 PC running Windows 95 or later, Windows NT 4 or later. See the CD Appendix for details and complete system requirements. Plus leading Internet tools

Discover how to: Use OLE DB with ADO Build user interfaces Connect databases with OLE DB Build data–aware Web applications Get information from remote data services Connect to Exchange and Outlook

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Rob Krumm has authored nearly 50 database–related computer books, including Access 2000 Programming For Dummies®. He owns Winebase II, an e–commerce software company.

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Review of ADO Programming By Rob Krumm 7 Jan. 2001
By Richard Protzel - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is genuinely about ADO Programming without self promotion. Rob starts his book with the basic elements that lead up to ADO technology and steps up to very sophisticated programming procedures/techniques using ADO with Sql Server, MS Access 2000, Excel 2000, ASP and the Web in a very efficient and easy to understand manner. Of the features which set this book apart from others are the numerous runtime examples on Rob's website of procedures using ADO within VB/ASP scripts, and also the companion cd which includes all the of the programming code for each of the ADO examples on the website and all of the examples in the book. The information contained in this book has significantly enhanced my understanding of and coding abilities with ADO in a very short period of time, particularly in the web environment. I would highly recommend this book to any serious developer of data processing applications using ADO technology; especially for web applications.
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Excellent ADO Introduction 28 July 2003
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I bought this book looking for an introduction to ADO and DB programming in general with no prior ADO experience. I read the first 4 chapters for an introduction, and I have used the rest of the book for information on how to complete specific tasks. I have successfully created ADO applications using VB, Access, and ASP, using this book and online help as references. This is probably not the most complete book available for ADO programming, but if you have not used ADO in the past, you will not find a better introduction than this book!
Very good book, but has its problems 31 July 2002
By Bunny Bear - Published on Amazon.com
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This was a very good book but it was not perfect. The code contained some coding errors, but what was worst was that I could not establish an internet connection to Rob's SQL server. Due to the connection problem I could not run those examples, which comprised about a third of the book. I e-mailed Rob, but Rob apparently is too good for his readers to reply back to. I would have given the book 5 stars if it weren't for these problems. The book certainly was not for beginners as it rightly claims. I actually had to read it twice. Any coding errors I was able to solve with some work. The book does offer a lot to learn though.
Still one of my favorites 27 Dec. 2005
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Many years ago I needed to learn ASP/ADO. I saw a lot of learning in front of me. But I was thrilled to find this book. It gave me the simple, clear explanations I needed to get rolling with ADO in short order. It's still one I keep handy, even thought I now use this technology to make my living. I have several big/thick ADO books, but this one is a quick reference that I still turn to often, as well as highly recommend to ADO (database connectivity) newbies for both web and Microsoft Office linking.
A must have reference! 5 May 2003
By D. Dewart - Published on Amazon.com
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An excellent reference for the novise to advanced programmer. If you need a good overview of how to connect to a SQL Server or Access DB using VB, then you have got to get this book!
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