In Lesson 22 and Lesson 23, we have learned how to build VB
database applications using data control. However, data control is not a very
flexible tool as it could only work with limited kinds of data and must work
strictly in the Visual Basic environment. To overcome these limitations, we can
use a much more powerful data control in Visual Basic, known as ADO control.
ADO stands for ActiveX data objects. As ADO is ActiveX-based, it can work in
different platforms in that...