The Microsoft ADO Object Library contains objects, methods, and properties that allow you to work with records in a database. This introduction to the Microsoft ADO Object Library does not describe every object. Instead, it focuses on the following objects:
Refer to the help file for the Microsoft ADO Object Library for a complete description of all of the objects contained in the library.
To use the Microsoft ADO Object Library, you must first create either a Connection object or a Recordset object with a sanScript function. For more information on creating COM objects with sanScript functions, refer to You can create all of the other objects from methods provided in the library.
The following illustration displays the relationships between the objects that are discussed.