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    capnfunky Guest

    Default ADO T ype Library

    The ado type library? What is this how is it implemented?<BR><BR>Any takers?<BR><BR>Capn

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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: ADO T ype Library

    I&#039m wondering if the magical ADOVBS.INC is what you&#039re looking for. You can find it here if you need it:<BR><BR><BR><BR>Just include it prior to your database code like:<BR><BR>&#060;!--#include file=""--&#062;<BR><BR>Good luck,<BR><BR>Mike<BR>

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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: ADO T ype Library

    ado=activex data objects<BR><BR>it is a library which contains classes with properties and methods that allow you to access databases - usually to execute SQL strings against them...<BR><BR>connection, recordset and command are the main classes - but i&#039d recommend using the first two, exclusively... command is pretty much superfluous...<BR><BR>always use a connection, whether you&#039re selecting records from a database or writing info to a database... use recordsets with commands only when you need to return selected information from the database...<BR><BR>your question is pretty broad, but that should give you a push in the right direction...

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