What do you mean by ADO?
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Answer / sumit mahna
ADO stands for ACTIVE X DATA OBJECTS........It is a oop
interface which enables us to write an application to
access nd manuplate data in a database server through OLEDB
data provider.......(Refered from book Infromatic practice
by Sumita Araora)
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Answer / khadeer.k
activeX data objects
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Answer / srikar
ADO MEANS ACTIVEX DATA OBJECT.
IT IS A COLLECTION OF MANAGED PROVIDERS.
IT IS USED TO CONNECT WITH DB.
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Answer / vijay
This is a collection of objects that is used to access the
database using OLEDB. ADO's allow you to access only data
and not hte schema(table definations, column definations
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Answer / vimlesh kumar
ADO provides consistent access to data sources such as
Microsoft SQL Server, as well as date sources exposed
through OLEDB and XML. Data Sharing consumer applications
can use ADO to connect to these data sources and retrieve,
manipulate and update data.
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