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Where can i find ado resources for Access. (MSVC not MFC)

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Please help me find ADO resources for MSVC not MFC.

I would like to gather more resouces for general ADO programming. I'm dealing now with openschema command and it's pretty tuff and fun at the moment but there are not much information on common search engines, so i would appreciate your help on this.

Regards andla.
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by:missionImpossible
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MSDN is full of info.
search for 'Connection (ADO for VC++ Syntax)', 'Command Object (ADO)', 'Recordset (ADO)' it is not mfc specific
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sorry : search also for 'Recordset Object (ADO)'

good luck
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Sorry for beeing late.

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