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ADO Data Bound Class Wizard

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ADO Data Bound Class Wizard
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  • Sample Image - wizdlg.jpg


    If you need a descendent class of CADORecordBinding to bind the member variables to columns in the database table, ADO Data Bound Class Wizard is a good program for you.

    The ADO Data Bound Class Wizard is a Visual C++ program that guide you through the process of creating a CADORecordBinding derived class.

    How to use ADO Data Bound Class Wizard

    1. Enter your class name and an include (.h) file name
    2. If you wish, click on change button to specify where you want your file to be generated. The default directory is the same as the program (.exe) file.
    3. Click on Next button to setup connection information. On the Provider tab of the Data Link Properties dialog box, select an OLE DB provider, then specify connection properties on the Connection tab for the selected provider. Depending on your provider, other properties may need to be specified to establish a connection.

      NOTE: For more information about the Data Link Properties dialog box, press F1 from within the dialog box.

    4. Click on Next button and select the table you want to bind.
    5. Click on Finish button to generate your class.

    How to use CADORecordBinding derived class

    Click here for MSDN Examples

    The program have been tested with MS Acces and SQL Server 6.5 databases.


    21 Sep 2000 - Updated download files.


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    Comments and Discussions

    GeneralMy vote of 5 Pin
    Bruce L. Ricker23-Jul-13 5:14
    memberBruce L. Ricker23-Jul-13 5:14 
    GeneralMy vote of 2 Pin
    Mahdi Nejadsahebi27-Apr-12 20:07
    groupMahdi Nejadsahebi27-Apr-12 20:07 
    Generalsize of chars seems to be too long Pin
    mcSteve4-May-04 8:45
    membermcSteve4-May-04 8:45 
    GeneralNot all ADO_BINDING entry type are used Pin
    Baz10-Jun-03 0:27
    memberBaz10-Jun-03 0:27 
    QuestionCould you paste a sample here? Pin
    cadinfo31-Jul-02 3:21
    membercadinfo31-Jul-02 3:21 
    GeneralADO Record Binding Wizard Pin
    Mike G2-Jul-02 12:17
    memberMike G2-Jul-02 12:17 
    GeneralJust a handy perfect tool Pin
    Kamp Huang18-Jan-02 3:31
    memberKamp Huang18-Jan-02 3:31 
    GeneralMSDN Examples moved Pin
    Anonymous10-Aug-01 5:03
    memberAnonymous10-Aug-01 5:03 
    GeneralRe: MSDN Examples moved Pin
    Darron29-Oct-03 2:48
    memberDarron29-Oct-03 2:48 
    GeneralRe: MSDN Examples moved Pin
    Ionel V11-Dec-08 4:06
    memberIonel V11-Dec-08 4:06 
    GeneralVery cool, could use creation code generation Pin
    Gary15-Sep-00 22:03
    sussGary15-Sep-00 22:03 
    GeneralNo Query Support Pin
    Steven Mitcham6-Jul-00 4:49
    sussSteven Mitcham6-Jul-00 4:49 

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