ADO: part of Windows or part of Office? 
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 ADO: part of Windows or part of Office?
I have a general question about where ADO comes from - is it a part of the
Windows operating system that all Windows conputers will have, or is it
installed along with the Office applications?

Thanks,

Peter G. Aitken



Mon, 10 Nov 2003 21:17:00 GMT
 ADO: part of Windows or part of Office?

ADO is really a seperate entity. By installing A2K ADO is installed but updates
can be obtained from the MS site. Check out
http://www.microsoft.com/data/ado/default.htm or the Universal Data Access pages,
http://www.microsoft.com/data

Simon

Quote:
-----Original Message-----
I have a general question about where ADO comes from - is it a part of the
Windows operating system that all Windows conputers will have, or is it
installed along with the Office applications?

Thanks,

Peter G. Aitken

.



Mon, 10 Nov 2003 23:11:20 GMT
 ADO: part of Windows or part of Office?
Hi Peter,

Please replace A2K with "it ships with Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Visual
Studio, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Back Office and numerous other Microsoft
products. In addition, developers can re-distribute the MDAC stack through the
MDAC_TYP.exe" Q231383

Simon

Quote:
-----Original Message-----
I have a general question about where ADO comes from - is it a part of the
Windows operating system that all Windows conputers will have, or is it
installed along with the Office applications?

Thanks,

Peter G. Aitken

.



Mon, 10 Nov 2003 23:24:09 GMT
 ADO: part of Windows or part of Office?
Alright Simon I'll bite: what the heck is A2K?

ADO is really a seperate entity. By installing A2K ADO is installed but
updates
can be obtained from the MS site. Check out
http://www.microsoft.com/data/ado/default.htm or the Universal Data Access
pages,
http://www.microsoft.com/data

Simon

Quote:
-----Original Message-----
I have a general question about where ADO comes from - is it a part of the
Windows operating system that all Windows conputers will have, or is it
installed along with the Office applications?

Thanks,

Peter G. Aitken

.



Tue, 11 Nov 2003 19:32:25 GMT
 ADO: part of Windows or part of Office?
Access 2000 :) Sorry just a shorthand way of writing it.

Simon

Quote:
-----Original Message-----
Alright Simon I'll bite: what the heck is A2K?



Tue, 11 Nov 2003 21:18:21 GMT
 
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