Microsoft Jet Database Engine Programmer's Guide: The Database Engine Used in Microsoft Applications, Including Access and Visual Basic

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This is the official technical reference on Microsoft Jet, the powerful database engine used in Microsoft Access and Micosoft Visual Basic for Windows 95. If you write code that creates and manipulates a database in one of these products, you can easily use that same code in the other, or use both products together to create custom database applications. You'll learn what Jet is, how to use it, and how it compares to other database engines. Each chapter includes a simple Visual Basic program that is built upon to...

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Overview

This is the official technical reference on Microsoft Jet, the powerful database engine used in Microsoft Access and Micosoft Visual Basic for Windows 95. If you write code that creates and manipulates a database in one of these products, you can easily use that same code in the other, or use both products together to create custom database applications. You'll learn what Jet is, how to use it, and how it compares to other database engines. Each chapter includes a simple Visual Basic program that is built upon to illustrate points throughout the discussion.

This is the official technical reference on Jet, the powerful database engine used in Microsoft Access and Visual Basic for Windows 95. The book starts by describing what Jet is, how to use it, and how it compares to other databases. Each chapter includes a simple Basic program that it builds upon within the chapter to illustrate points. CD includes the Jet Database Engine.

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A CD-ROM/book reference outlining techniques for using Jet and comparing it to other database applications. Chapters cover data management, performance and security, developing client/server applications, and working with other applications, and demonstrate points with an ongoing sample Visual Basic program. The accompanying CD-ROM contains code examples and sample files, technical articles, and the DAO Software Development Kit. For programmers familiar with a procedural language, relational databases and queries, and SQL. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

Foreword
Acknowledgments
About the Authors
About the Technical Contributors
Preface
Ch. 1 An Overview of Microsoft Jet 1
Ch. 2 Introducing Data Access Objects 19
Ch. 3 Data Definition and Integrity 55
Ch. 4 Queries 87
Ch. 5 Working with Records and Fields 139
Ch. 6 Creating Multiuser Applications 183
Ch. 7 Database Replication 223
Ch. 8 Accessing External Data 275
Ch. 9 Developing Client/Server Applications 319
Ch. 10 Managing Security 369
Ch. 11 DAO C++ Classes 407
Ch. 12 ODBC Desktop Database Drivers 437
Ch. 13 Performance 463
Appendix A Specifications 485
Appendix B SQL Reference 493
Appendix C Registry Settings 507
Appendix D Error Reference 529
Index 553
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