Beginning Visual Basic 6 Database Programming / Edition 1

Beginning Visual Basic 6 Database Programming / Edition 1

by John Connell
     
 

ISBN-10: 1590592514

ISBN-13: 9781590592519

Pub. Date: 09/01/2003

Publisher: Apress

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

Overview

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.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781590592519
Publisher:
Apress
Publication date:
09/01/2003
Edition description:
1st ed. 1998. 2nd printing 2003
Pages:
880
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 1.81(d)

Table of Contents

What this Book is About; Chapter 1: What is a Database?; Chapter 2: Meet the ActiveX Data Object Data Wizard; Chapter 3: Programming the Data Control; Chapter 4: Designing a User Interface for the Data Control; Chapter 5: Programming a Bulletproog User Interface; Chapter 6: Completing the User Interface; Chapter 7: Building a Data Control Class Module; Chapter 8: Getting the Data You Want from the Database; Chapter 9: Database Design, Construction, and Analysis; Chapter 10: Programming The Address Book; Chapter 11: Universal Data Access Using ADO; Chapter 12: Creating ADO Data Bound ActiveX Controls; Chapter 13: ADO and Active Server Pages; Chapter 14: Advanced ADO Programming - Data Mining; Chapter 15: Making our Data Available Universally; Chapter 16: Where Next?; Appendix A: One Standard, Many Flavors; Appendix B: Solutions; Appendix C: Summary of Microsoft Access Field Types; Index

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