OLE DB Templates
The OLE DB templates make OLE DB data access easier. Visual C++ provides template classes that implement many of the commonly used OLE DB interfaces. You can use the Visual C++ consumer templates to write an OLE DB client (consumer) application and the provider templates to write a server (provider) application.
- OLE DB Programming Overview
Describes what OLE DB is and discusses Universal Data Access in OLE DB.
- OLE DB Programmer's Reference
Provides links to the Windows SDK documentation on OLE DB.
- OLE DB Templates Samples
Provides links to the OLE DB Templates samples that show how to use OLE DB in your projects.
- OLE DB Consumer Templates
Discusses conceptual material about the OLE DB Consumer Templates.
- OLE DB Provider Templates
Discusses conceptual material about the OLE DB Provider Templates.
- Creating an OLE DB Consumer
Describes creating an OLE DB Templates consumer either with or without the ATL OLE DB Consumer Wizard.
- Creating a Simple Read-Only Provider
Describes creating a simple read-only provider that reads a pair of strings.
- Creating an Updatable Provider
Describes creating providers that can write to the data store.
- OLE DB Consumer Attributes
Discusses a simplified interface to inject code based on the OLE DB Consumer Templates to create working OLE DB consumers.
- Active Template Library (ATL) Reference
Provides reference material for the ATL Library, a set of template-based C++ classes that simplify the programming of COM objects.
- Visual C++ Libraries
Provides links to the various libraries provided with Visual C++, including ATL, MFC, OLE DB Templates, the C run-time library, and the Standard C++ Library.
Provides links to using the Visual Studio debugger to correct logic errors in your application or stored procedures.