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Beginning Visual Basic 6 Database Programming

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages N2-xviii
  2. John Connell
    Pages 1-8
  3. John Connell
    Pages 9-38
  4. John Connell
    Pages 83-126
  5. John Connell
    Pages 167-216
  6. John Connell
    Pages 217-270
  7. John Connell
    Pages 271-342
  8. John Connell
    Pages 343-386
  9. John Connell
    Pages 387-440
  10. John Connell
    Pages 441-512
  11. John Connell
    Pages 513-576
  12. John Connell
    Pages 577-652
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    Pages 653-712
  14. John Connell
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  15. John Connell
    Pages 765-818
  16. John Connell
    Pages 819-824
  17. Back Matter
    Pages 825-861

About this book


Beginning Visual Basic 6 Database Programming introduces you to databases and takes you all the way through to the latest ADO technologies in Visual Basic 6. Step by step, this book will help you to build working database components and applications in Visual Basic. Whether you want to work with databases on your desktop, get access to legacy data, or program database access across the Internet, this is the book that will get you started.

This book provides you with all the practical knowledge and skills you need to build a solid foundation in Microsoft Access and Visual Basic database programming. This comprehensive reference offers thorough coverage of object-oriented programming, including how to create data handling classes and ActiveX controls for code reusability; how to effectively use DAO, ADO, ASP, and SQL; and how to take data mining to the next level.


ADO SQL Visual Basic data mining database design database programming databases design object-oriented programming (OOP) programming user interface

About the authors

John Connell is a vice president at First Chicago NDB Bank. He has master's degrees in computer science and business administration. John teaches computer programming classes at DePaul University in Chicago, and he has designed and written several financial programs in Visual Basic that are currently in use in many of the largest companies in the United States.

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