ADO: ActiveX Data Objects Paperback – 30 Jun 2001
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This book is a one-stop guide to ADO, the universal data access solution from Microsoft that allows easy access to data from multiple formats and platforms. It includes chapters on the Connection, Recordset, Field, and Command objects and the Properties collection; ADO architecture, data shaping, and the ADO Event Model; brief introductions to RDS, ADO.NET, and SQL; and a comprehensive alphabetic reference to every ADO object, method, property, and event.
About the Author
Jason T. Roff has been programming computers since he was eight years old. He has been a programmer and developer for Blockbuster Entertainment and Isogon Corporation, where he quickly worked his way up from client/server developer to senior project leader. He is the author of Visual Basic 5 Database How-To.See all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
This book not only takes you through everything you would ever want to know about ADO (without sending you to sleep) but goes on to cover advanced stuff like data shaping which is incredibly powerful yet I had never really heard of it.
If you use ADO then this book is a must.
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If you are a VB programmer though, I'm sure you will love this book.
It also serves as a good reference book.
Jason Roff's book presents the entire subject making one assumption: The reader does not know anything about ADO. The book is well organized and complete. The progression from one chapter to another is logical. It is quick reading. By the time you reach chapter 4, you will be successfully connecting to databases. The author possesses a thorough knowledge fo the subject. This book should be in all VB and DB programmers libraries!
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