Getting Started

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Getting Started

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To get started with the Vo2Ado RDD, you should perform the following steps:

Create a small test program to experiment with the Cursor Location, Cursor Type and Lock type properties to find the best values for your application and OleDb Provider

Check your index expressions for possible UDFs or other problems

Convert your data to a SQL background (see converting from DBF to SQL for a sample)

Convert all the hard coded reference to the existing RDDs in your source code

Remove the DBF related checks from your application

Add callback info to your application for at least the connection information

Remember that the Vo2Ado RDD delays retrieving data until you issue a Go top or Seek

Remember that a Seek() will create a subset of the table, so check and change your code if necessary



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