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Part V: Data Access Objects > Programming DAO: Data Definition Language

Chapter 15. Programming DAO: Data Definition Language

In our overview of DAO, we noted that Data Access Objects consists of two conceptually distinct components: a data definition language (or DDL), which allows us to create or access some basic database system objects, like databases, table definitions, and indexes; and a data manipulation language (or DML), which allows us to perform the practical operations of adding data (records) to our tables, deleting unwanted data, and modifying existing data. In this chapter, we discuss the data definition language (DDL) aspects of DAO.

Let us begin by noting the following:


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