what difference between ado and adox 
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 what difference between ado and adox


Thu, 30 Jun 2005 14:56:55 GMT
 what difference between ado and adox


ADO is for access and managing data in database. ADOX is for managing
structure of databases and its objects (changing structure of tables,

Val Mazur
Microsoft MVP

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Fri, 01 Jul 2005 22:01:51 GMT
 what difference between ado and adox

ADO is generic, and will work with any back end that you have a Provider
for. ADOX  was designed for Access, and probably won't work with anything
else. ADOX has special functions for manipulating an Access DB.

I hope this helps,

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