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Jeffrey McManus' Database Access with Visual Basic 6
     

Jeffrey McManus' Database Access with Visual Basic 6

by Jeffrey P. McManus
 

Database Access with Visual Basic's major emphasis is on solutions, not technology. Rather than rattling off a list of features, diagrams and acronyms, this book provides step-by-step examples of the most important techniques developers typically go through to create database applications. Learn how to design a database, build the user interface, write queries, and

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Database Access with Visual Basic's major emphasis is on solutions, not technology. Rather than rattling off a list of features, diagrams and acronyms, this book provides step-by-step examples of the most important techniques developers typically go through to create database applications. Learn how to design a database, build the user interface, write queries, and construct a three-tiered client server system based on ADO 2.0, RDO, COM, SQL Server or Oracle. Find out "what's new?" in Visual Basic 6 as it applies to data access strategies. Receive more information on different types of SQL queries and differences between the Access and SQL Server dialects.

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Library Journal
Visual Basic is an important programming language for interfacing with both web sites and databases. McManus includes a complete discussion of databases in general and then a complete discussion of database issues related to Visual Basic including Microsoft SQL server, MS Access, and ActiveX. This huge book will work for beginners and advanced users alike.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780672314223
Publisher:
Sams
Publication date:
01/21/1999
Series:
Other Sams Series
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
840
Product dimensions:
7.34(w) x 9.08(h) x 1.87(d)

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Meet the Author

Jeffrey P. McManus is a contributing editor and columnist for Visual Basic Programmer¿s Journal; he also writes for PC Computing magazine. Jeffrey has written several features and reviews on CNET¿s ACTIVE.COM and DOWNLOAD.COM sites and has made several contributions to the online magazines Hotwired and Salon. In addition to being a Visual Basic developer and consultant, he's trained thousands of developers in corporate environments to be more productive using the Microsoft development tools. He is a regular speaker at the VBITS conferences in the U.S. and Europe and had the number one selling Visual Basic title at this year¿s conference.

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