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Visual Basic6 Database Programming For Dummies

ISBN: 978-0-7645-0625-3
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408 pages
September 1999
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Introduction.

PART I: The Basics of Databases.

Chapter 1: The Big Picture: Visual Basic's Database Features.

Chapter 2: Databases 101: How Databases Work.

PART II: Making a Connection.

Chapter 3: Getting Connected with Data Controls and the Data Form Wizard.

Chapter 4: Using the Data Environment Designer.

Chapter 5: A Collection of Connections.

PART III: Contacting the User.

Chapter 6: Reports -- Plain and Fancy.

Chapter 7: Designing a User Interface.

PART IV: Building a New Database.

Chapter 8: Creating and Manipulating a New Database.

Chapter 9: Validating and Indexing Your Data.

Chapter 10: Creating Custom, Data-Bound ActiveX UserControls.

PART V: The Internet Connection.

Chapter 11: Translating Windows Applications to Web Pages: Using the ActiveX Document Migration Wizard.

Chapter 12: Mixing HTML and VB: Active Server Pages.

Chapter 13: IIS Applications: Moving Beyond ASP.

PART VI: Hands-On Programming.

Chapter 14: Doing It Yourself: Data Access Programming.

Chapter 15: Acronym Soup: ADO, DAO, RDO, UDA.

Chapter 16: Focus on ADO.

Chapter 17: Killing Bugs.

PART VII: Working with Queries.

Chapter 18: Automatic SQL: Using the Query Designer.

Chapter 19: A Brief Dictionary of SQL.

PART VIII: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 20: Ten Outstanding Add-Ons.

Chapter 21: Ten Topics that Don't Fit Elsewhere in the Book (But Are Important).

Index.

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