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Chapter 30. Understanding Universal Data... > Using the Object Browser to Display ...

Using the Object Browser to Display ADO Properties, Methods, and Events

At this point in your ADO learning curve, a detailed list of properties, enumerations of constant values, methods, and events of ADO components might appear premature. Understanding the capabilities and benefits of ADO, however, requires familiarity with ADO’s repertoire of properties, methods, and events. To get the most out of ADP and to program DAP you must have a working knowledge of ADO programming techniques.

DAO objects don’t fire events; ADO objects do. Access objects offer fine-grained events, but don’t provide programmers with a lower-level event model for basic operations, such as connecting to a database and executing queries. Access 97’s ODBCDirect offered an event model, but you couldn’t bind ODBCDirect Recordsets to forms. ADO offers a complete and very fine-grained event model.


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