ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) is the core technology for accessing all kinds of data including relational databases, mail servers, Active Directory, text and other document files, and data in other non-standard formats. It is supplied with many development environments, including Microsoft Visual Studio, C++, Visual Basic, and as part of the Windows and Windows NT operating systems.
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ADO and SQL Server Developers' Guide
The article discusses access SQL Server data using ADO. By Microsoft.
ADO Code Examples
Sampeles using ADP in programming languages, including Visual Basic, Visual C++, Visual J++, JScript, VBScript
ADO Data Manipulation Examples
Sample VBA code for working with ADO objects, such as Recordset, Command, Connection, with Access and Excel.
ADO DataType Mapping
Shows the mapping between ADO and VB and C++ lanuganes, and Access, SQL Server, and Oracle databases. By Able Consulting, Inc.
ADO frequently asked questions from Microsoft ADO Newsgroup. By Carl Prothman.
ADO.NET/C# Database Programming
Directory with source code sample, articles, tutorials, and tips concerning ADO.NET/C# database programming.
ADOX frequently asked questions from Microsoft ADO Newsgroup. By Carl Prothman.
ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) is Microsoft's high-level application programming interface to all kinds of data. ADO provides consistent, high-performance access to data. By Microsoft.
RDS frequently asked questions from Microsoft ADO Newsgroup. By Carl Prothman
SQL Database Connection Strings
Database terms glossary and online reference for various ADO and ADO.NET SQL database connection strings for MS SQL Server, MS Access, MySQL, Oracle.
Using ADO from ADO.NET
Article answers the question "Should you port your SQL ADO applications gradually to ADO.NET or rewrite them from scratch?" by Dino Esposito.
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