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What are the advantages of ADO and OLEDB?


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2009-04-03 07:16:51
2009-04-03 07:16:51

Wat is te difference between ADO, ADODB, OLEDB and ODBC What is the difference between ADO, ADODB, OLEDB and ODBC

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The advantage of ADO and OLE DB in visual basic is that they offer native access to the advantage database server RDBMS thus requiring no other database systems and making things easier.

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Full form of OLEDB is Object Linking and Embedding database.

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Q. What is full Form of OLEDB? The full form of OLEDB is Object linking and Embedding Data Base.OLEDB is the successor to ODBC, a set of software components that allow a "front end" such as GUI based on VB, C++, Access or whatever to connect with a back end such as SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, mySQL etal. In many cases the OLEDB components offer much better performance than the older ODBC. OLEDB is a different type of data provider that came about with MS's Universal Data Access in 1996 and does not require that you set up a DSN. It is commonly used when building VB apps and is closely tied to ADO. It works with COM, and DCOM as of SQL 7.0. OLEDB is the successor to ODBC, a set of software components that allow a "front end" such as GUI based on VB, C++, Access or whatever to connect with a back end such as SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, mySQL etal. In many cases the OLEDB components offer much better performance than the older ODBC. OLEDB is a different type of data provider that came about with MS's Universal Data Access in 1996 and does not require that you set up a DSN. It is commonly used when building VB apps and is closely tied to ADO. It works with COM, and DCOM as of SQL 7.0.

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object liknking and embedding database

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Ado does not do anything sorry


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