[DAO Database in win32] What is more efficient

Arturo Pérez Mulas arturo_perez at wanadoo.es
Wed Dec 6 20:55:25 CET 2000


Thanks for the hint. I will stick to ADO for the moment!

Arturo.

"Andy Robinson" <andy at reportlab.com> escribió en el mensaje
news:3a2e8ce3.1084445 at news.demon.co.uk...
> "Arturo Pérez Mulas" <arturo_perez at wanadoo.es> wrote:
>
> >> If you aren't using ADO you should be. DAO was replaced by ADO some
time
> >> ago.
> >
> >By the way, is mxODBC any better?
> >
> >Thanks
> >
> If you just want to do simple queries, there is no need to upgrade. I
> have used both modules in production systems and had no trouble
> with either.   mxODBC is best if
> (a) you want to work a lot with dates and times,
> (b) if you want your Windows and Unix code to have EXACTLY the same
> database interface (you can build mxODBC for many database on Unix)
> or (c) if it is a high-load application and you want to be sure of
> using prepared statements.
>
> - Andy Robinson





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