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What is the difference between CDaoRecordSet and CRecordSet ? I have a MS-Access Table for I want make a view using CFormview of MFC. Please advise.
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The MFC class CDaoRecordset encapsulates the DAO recordset object and CRecordset encapsulates the ODBC recordset object.
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How does the MFC handle DAO Recordset internally ? How differently it is handled using ODBC ? If you can elaborate that would be helpful.
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I don't know exactly what you want to know. I think it is better to direct you to Visual C++ 5.0 documentation. There are a lot of topics about ODBC and DAO.

Visual C++\Visual C++ Programmer's Guide\Adding Program Functionality\Overviews\Databases: Overview
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