Microsoft? Access? 2010 Programming By Example: with VBA, XML, and ASPby Julitta Korol
The book, which covers the latest release of Access and earlier versions, is
With more than 275 applied examples and 10 projects, Access users can quickly build database solutions with ActiveX Data Objects (ADO), perform database tasks with Jet/Access Structured Query Language (SQL), and export/import Access data to and from XML both manually and programmatically.
The book, which covers the latest release of Access and earlier versions, is divided into five parts: an introduction to VBA programming, manipulating databases with ADO, using DDL, event programming, and using ASP and XML. The text will show you how to write and debug your programming code with the Visual Basic Editor; understand and use common VBA programming structures such as conditions, loops, arrays, and collections; code a “message box” and reprogram characteristics of a database; query and manipulate your database from a Web browser with Active Server Pages (ASP) and many more practical techniques.
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Julitta Korol has published over two dozen computer books on using and programming Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access. In recent years she has been supporting and developing database processes and Web applications for a major New York City municipal agency. Ms. Korol has completed professional certifications by Microsoft Corporation and the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). She lives on Long Island, New York.
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I have been building applications in Access for 12 years, and I found this book to be an excellent reference and addition to what I have learned on my own. Not only does it cover the basics, but I especially appreciate that it does an in-depth introduction to newer subjects such as ribbon customization, class modules, XML features. This is not a rehash of an old book but a most current resource. Indispensable reference if you want to write systems for general use.