9 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.
What does ADO stand for?
ADO stands for ActiveX Data Object (Microsoft)
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- Active Data Object
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It describes commandlets, the difference between PowerShell and VBScript, using providers and scripts, using and querying Windows Management Instrumentation, working with Active Directory, using ActiveX Data Objects to query Active Directory, and managing Exchange 2007.
Part III is all about managing Active Directory via automation with Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI), ActiveX Data Objects (ADO), and Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI).
Nevertheless the list of what's not available under WISE is extensive and these are just some of the most important: Active Directory, ActiveX Data Objects, COM/DCOM, COM+, OLE, COMGDI (post NT 4.
Among the software Impact Innovations used were ActiveX Data Objects, Visual Basic, Visual SourceSafe, Visual Interdev, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Internet Information Server, Microsoft Transaction Server and Microsoft NT 4.
More advanced instruction treats class modules, ActiveX data objects, debugging and optimization.
ADO: Activex Data Objects ADO (ActiveX Data Objects) is part of Microsoft's philosophy of Universal Data Access (UDA), which is neither a tangible product nor technology, but a strategy for attacking the problem of data access, says Jason T.
It ends with an explanation of ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) including tables, statements, stored procedures, transactions and dynamic SQL.