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    Question :
    What are the ADO objects? Explain them.


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    The ADO objects are:

    ? Command

    ? Connection

    ? Error
    ? Field

    ? Parameter

    ? Property
    ? Record

    ? RecordSet

    ? Stream



    Connection: Used to make a connection between your app and an external data source, i.e., sql server. Command: Used to build queries, including user-specific parameters, to access records from a data source (which are returned in a Recordset) Recordset: Used to access records returned from an SQL query. With a recordset, you can navigate returned records. You can also add, modify or delete records.



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    1. Connection
    2. Command
    3. Recordset
    4. Record
    5. Stream



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