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ADO Objects and Interfaces

The relationships between these objects are represented in the ADO Object Model.

Each object can be contained in its corresponding collection. For example, an Error object can be contained in an Errors collection. For more information, see ADO Collections or a specific collection topic.

IADOCommandConstruction

Used to retrieve the underlying OLEDB Command from an ADOCommand object.

ADORecordConstruction

Constructs an ADO Record object from an OLE DB Row object in a C/C++ application.

ADORecordsetConstruction

Constructs an ADO Recordset object from an OLE DB Rowset object in a C/C++ application.

ADOStreamConstruction Interface

Constructs an ADO Stream object from an OLE DB IStream object in a C/C++ application.

Command

Defines a specific command that you intend to execute against a data source.

The Command object is not safe for scripting.

Connection

Represents an open connection to a data source.

The Connection object is safe for scripting.

IDSOShapeExtensions Interface

Gets the underlying OLEDB Data Source object for the SHAPE provider.

Error

Contains details about data access errors that pertain to a single operation involving the provider.

The Error object is not safe for scripting.

Field

Represents a column of data with a common data type.

Parameter

Represents a parameter or argument associated with a Command object based on a parameterized query or stored procedure.

The Parameter object is not safe for scripting.

Property

Represents a dynamic characteristic of an ADO object that is defined by the provider.

Record

Represents a row of a Recordset, or a directory or file in a file system. The Record object is safe for scripting.

Recordset

Represents the set of records from a base table or the results of an executed command. At any time, the Recordset object refers to only a single record within the set as the current record.

The Recordset object is safe for scripting.

Stream

Represents a binary stream of data.

The Stream object is safe for scripting.

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