|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the modSnippetADOJetData module.|
|ShowADOExecuteJetBulkOpQuery||Procedure||Show how to execute a bulk operation (action) query against Jet data using ADO.|
|ShowADOFindUsingJetCursor||Procedure||Show how to use the Find method in ADO to locate records in a Jet table.|
|ShowADOForwardOnlyReadOnlyJetRecordset||Procedure||Show how to open a forward-only, read-only recordset against Jet data using ADO.|
|ShowADOJetParameterQueryExecute||Procedure||Show how to open a recordset on a parameterized, row-returning Jet query.|
|ShowADOReadJetTable||Procedure||Show how to use ADO in a simple case to open a table and read records.|
|ShowADORecordsetSupports||Procedure||Show how to use the Supports property to determine the attributes of a recordset.|
|ShowADOSampleJetRecordLocking||Procedure||Show how to use ADO to open a Jet database using record-level locking.|
|ShowADOSeekJetRecord||Procedure||Show how to use ADO to Seek on a Jet table.|
|ShowADOSeekLinkedTable||Procedure||Show how to use ADO to seek on a linked table.|
|ShowADOShapedRecordset||Procedure||Show how to use ADO to create a hierarchical recordset using the Data Shape provider.|
|ShowADOSortRecordset||Procedure||Show how to sort an ADO recordset.|
|ShowADOUpdateJetRecordset||Procedure||Show how to open an updateable, scrollable recordset on a Jet table and update it.|
|ShowADOUseFilter||Procedure||Show how to use a Filter on an ADO recordset.|
|ShowADOUseJetTransaction||Procedure||Show how to work with Jet transactions using ADO.|
|ShowADOUseUDLconnection||Procedure||Show how to use a Microsoft Universal Data Link (UDL) file to connect to a data source.|
|ShowShowCursorPerformanceWithJet||Procedure||Perform a time comparison when searching against a table using ADO's Client Cursor vs. Jet's Server Cursors. The end result is that Jet's Server cursor is quite a bit faster than ADO's cursor.|
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