ADO Connection Object

ADO Connection Object

The ADO Connection object provides a way to open a connection to a data source. Once the connection is established, you can then access and manipulate data from your data …

ADO Command Object

ADO Command Object

The ADO Command object has the functionality of executing commands against the data source, typically a database. In general, the Command object is created implicitly when executing an operation against …

ADO Recordset Object

ADO Recordset Object

After opening a connection with your data source, typically a database, your next step is to read from the data source and load the data into a recordset. To perform …

ADO Updating Records in a Database

ADO Updating Records in a Database

Updating database records is a very common process that any typical ASP web application would include. In this tutorial, we will take a look at some sample ADO/ASP codes that …

ADO Inserting Records in a Database

ADO Inserting Records in a Database

In this tutorial, we will take a look at an example of how to insert new records in a database table using ASP and ADO. We need to understand how …

What is ADOVBS.inc

What is ADOVBS.inc

ADOVBS.inc is a file included with IIS that has all of the ADO constants defined. VBScript does not understand ADO constants, such as AdLockReadOnly, the way VB does. The ADOVBS.inc …

ADO Querying a Database

ADO Querying a Database

In most cases, if you are running a web application that includes server-side scripting such as ASP, you are most likely providing dynamic content to your visitors by accepting input …

ADO Capturing Errors

ADO Capturing Errors

Troubleshooting errors within your ASP web application can be challenging sometimes. When working with ADO, the Error object can be used since it contains details about data access errors that …

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