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VB6 - ADO and ADOX

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Can anyone explain me the difference between ADO and ADOX?

Like here for example, they're used at once:

When to use which one? Or how does it work?

Thanks :)
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ADOX is an extension to ADO that allow you to manipulate schema objects e.g creating/altering tables.

ADO allow you to use CRUD (create/remove/update/delete) operations on the tables in you database .

See http://msdn.microsof...200(VS.85).aspx
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