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1999-08

 

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Client/Server Development with Access

Mary Chipman and Mike Gunderloy

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Article

 

When you start using Access as a front end for a server database, the rules change. This article introduces the fundamental

 

techniques for delivering effective client/server applications with Access.

 

Trolling for Articles

Peter Vogel

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Editorial

 

While I’m certainly committed both to Microsoft Access and to ADO, it’s also important that this newsletter make clear to you what isn’t so great about these products and

 

what workarounds exist. This newsletter isn’t “authorized” by Microsoft, so we’re

 

free to print any article that’s helpful to our readers.

 

Creating Tables, Views, and Procedures in Access with ADOx

Stephen Forte

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Article

 

In many ways, ADO is a collection of interesting technologies. In this article, Stephen looks at ADOx, a library of objects that

 

allows you to create tables and views.

 

DAO verses ADO - DAO isn't Done Yet
Don't Stick the Fork in, They're Not Done Yet

Michael Kaplan + Karleen Smith

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Article

 

There's been a lot of talk these days about how obsolete DAO is and how all code should be ported to use ADO and ADOx as

 

soon as you can manage. Michael and Karleen, however, discuss several areas where ADO falls short and where you're still

 

going to need DAO.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Find out about some of the Authors of this magazine.

 

 

 

 

 

Comparing DAO and ADO Recordsets
Everything you Need to Know About ADO Recordsets

Russell Sinclair

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Article

 

This month, Russell turns his attention to the Recordset object and show the similarities and differences between the DAO and

 

ADO recordsets.

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