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Mastering Database Prog with Visual Basic 6 with CDROM (Mastering)by Evangelos Petroutsos
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Meet the Challenge of Any Database Project with Visual Basic and ADOMasteringDatabase Programming with Visual Basic 6 offers highly focused coverage of thetechniques that make Visual Basic the ideal tool for database development.Assuming no prior experience with database programming, this book teaches youevery aspect of the craft, from GUI design to server-side development tomiddle-tier implementation. Rather than waste your time with outmoded dataaccess technologies, it takes you straight to the leading edge--ADO 2.5--helpingyou build database applications that will meet your organization's needs now andinto the future. Coverage includes:
Petroutsos covers the latest Microsoft tools and technologies for database access, including ADO 2.5 and SQL Server 7. It also includes information on Oracle databases, information rarely found in other books. CD contains all sample code from the text with sample applications.
About the Author
Evangelos Petroutsos is a computer engineer who gained much of his experience at the California Institute of Technology and MCI. Currently, he writes computer books and works as a computer communications consultant. He has authored and co-authored dozens of programming titles, including the best-selling Mastering Visual Basic 6, and Visual Basic 6 Developer's Handbook. He also has published numerous articles and teaches networking and programming courses.
Table of Contents
Part I: Database Basics.
Chapter 1: Database Access: Architectures and Technologies.
Chapter 2: Basic Concepts of Relational Databases.
Chapter 3: The Visual Database Tools.
Chapter 4: Structured Query Language.
Chapter 5: A First Look at ADO.
Chapter 6: Programming with ADO.
Chapter 7: Transact-SQL.
Chapter 8: Making the Most of Stored Procedures.
Chapter 9: More ADO Programming.
Part II: Advanced Data-Access Techniques.
Chapter 10: Shaping Your Data.
Chapter 11: Remote Data Access.
Chapter 12: Data-Aware Classes.
Chapter 13: Data-Aware Controls.
Part III: Databases on the Web.
Chapter 14: Accessing Databases over the Web.
Chapter 15: Building IIS Applications.
Chapter 16: Microsoft Transaction Server.
Part IV: Putting Your Knowledge to Work.
Chapter 17: Building an Invoicing Application.
Chapter 18: Building an Online Store.
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