what is the difference between the adodc and adodb?

what is the difference between the adodc and adodb?

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#1 kurt_29  Icon User is offline

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what is the difference between the adodc and adodb?

Posted 19 December 2009 - 05:00 PM

can any one explain to me the difference of adodc and adodb?
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Re: what is the difference between the adodc and adodb?

Posted 21 December 2009 - 12:51 AM

Adodb are ActiveX Data Objects which are used to create and establish connections to databases and other data sources. Adodc are ActiveX Data Controls and are a step up from Adodb. They are controls that cut out of a lot of the work of using adodb objects to create connections and instead make them properties that are part of the control. Think of them as controls that are aware of database interaction and can bind directly to fields and values from a database.

They are database/data source aware controls while adodb are not controls and are simply functional classes used to establish connections to data sources. Hope that answers the question for you. :)
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