Microsoft Access 2010 Programming by Example with VBA, XML, and ASP (Computer Science) Paperback – 28 May 2012
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This practical how-to manual for programming in Access 2010 using VBA XML and ASP introduces concepts with multi-step, illustrated, and hands-on exercises with 275 applied examples and 10 projects designed to let the reader quickly build solutions using Data Access Objects (DAO), ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) and SQL. 33 chapters progressively introduce concepts that build on skills used in previous chapters to use both the latest version of Access as well as earlier versions to integrate Access with web displays, import data and to write and debug queries, routines and functions. Other topics include templates, macros and customizing interfaces. The guide includes a CD-ROM with source code and supplemental files for projects.
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Julitta Korol is a software consultant who delivers custom-tailored hands-on training and develops advanced database and spreadsheet applications. She has written a dozen computer books including Microsoft Excel 2010 with VBA, XML and ASP (Mercury Learning). She lives on Long Island, New York.
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Upon reaching Chapter 8, Working with Collections and Class Modules, this was difficult to understand. The chapter is not clear to me on first and second reading, so I had to do a bit of searching on the internet to find other examples that would help me understand creating objects with properties and methods. The book used an analogy of a cookie cutter as a class which would define an object; and the cut out cookies are the objects - which is an instance of the class from the class module. This explanation is all well and fine for me but, to write the code and understand its logic does not get to me; which is why I had to do some searching elsewhere. So sometimes you need to do research to grasp the concepts in the chapters.
[FOR THOSE WHO READ CHAPTER 8] The exercises in Chapter 8 had me type out a small program. I believe something is wrong with the sample code. The ID property does not work, so I had to fix it by typing in the Property Let procedure for ID, even though the book said not to enter this procedure. And the sub procedure for the delete button on the form does not work either. Access is telling me "Compile Error: Variable not defined" and it is highlighting "CEmployee". Defining the variable does not fix it. So I am stuck in Chapter 8 still trying to solve this problem. Is there anyone out there who can help.
The book has some typo errors along the way when you read the chapters. Nevertheless I still think the book is great for learning programming in MS Access 2010 VBA.
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