If you have ever wanted to develop Microsoft Windows programs that work with the AS/400 system, you'll want to learn about the AS/400 OLE DB support. It provides a tremendous improvement over previously used techniques. Two of the key considerations that the AS/400 OLE DB support addresses are ease of application development while still providing acceptable performance. This IBM Redbooks publication gives a broad understanding of the OLE DB architecture and how it can be used to access AS/400 resources.
This book provides examples of how to write programs using this interface. Many of the most popular Windows programming environments such as Visual Basic, PowerBuilder, Delphi, Lotus Notes and Visual FoxPro are covered. Also covered are end user tools such as Lotus 1-2-3, Excel and Microsoft Access.
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