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It seems with every new release of Visual Studio we get a new data access method. DAO, RDO, ADO...and now ADO+. Well, this version of Visual Studio not only introduces ADO+, but also the SQL Managed Provider. ADO+ and the SQL Managed provider introduce many new features that we cover in other tutorials. There are quite a few samples out there demonstrating how to connect your ASP+ application to a Microsoft SQL Server database...but lets face it, not everybody uses SQL.

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