Microsoft KB Archive/182389
Article ID: 182389
Article Last Modified on 3/2/2005
- Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects 1.5
This article was previously published under Q182389
The Adovcbm.exe sample demonstrates Bookmarks, recordset traversal, GetRows and other ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) Recordset methods using smart pointers and #import. Using #import is the preferred way for Visual C++ programmers to use ADO.
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Microsoft scanned this file for viruses. Microsoft used the most current virus-detection software that was available on the date that the file was posted. The file is stored on security-enhanced servers that help to prevent any unauthorized changes to the file. It is not necessary to use the absolute path for the ADO .dll file. You can add the path to Visual Studio IDE from the Tools menu under Options. Select the Directory tab and add the path to the Library files list, which allows you to use the statement:
#import "Msado15.dll" rename_namespace("ado15")
The database file Adostudent.mdb is included with the sample. The sample opens a database connection with a DSN-less ConnectionString, so you do not need to specify a data source name (DSN).
The function CrackStrVariant takes a variant and returns a CString. This function was copied in its entirety from the DAOVIEW sample that ships with Visual C++.
For additional information on ADO recordset manipulation using UpdateBatchand CancelBatch, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
181733 FILE: Adovcbtd.exe #import Using UpdateBatch and CancelBatch
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