Beginning SharePoint 2010 development by Steven Fox; Darrin Bishop; et al

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Indd xxxv 7/5/2010 8:00:52 AM INTRODUCTION sources, such as using Windows APIs. That leads you to the Win32 Registry. In Chapter 10, you will learn how the Registry is structured and how it works. Then we show you how to write basic VBA code to create, retrieve, edit, and delete Registry values. Chapters 11 and 12 focus on using VBA to access data. Both DAO and ADO provide methods for accessing and working with data in Microsoft Access and other external data sources, which can be relational, such as Informix, SQL Server, or other RDBMSs (relational database management systems), as well as nonrelational, such as text fi les, spreadsheets, and XML, and a multitude of other possible sources including numerous accounting programs.

The goal is for Access 2010 Programmer’s Reference to be your primary resource and tool to help you leverage Access’s built-in functionality along with VBA and other tools in a manner that helps you to create solid, robust applications. Access 2010 makes it easy to start working as soon as it’s installed. With the new UI (user interface), people will be building complex applications using the tools and resources that ship with Access. And, with a little outside guidance, they can work a lot smarter, with more confidence, and avoid several pitfalls.

As mentioned in the discussions on upgrading in Chapter 3, there are significant issues to consider and specific steps to take if you are migrating to a 64-bit version of Access, particularly if you will be integrating with 32-bit applications. Appendix E discusses references and is an invaluable resource when you are converting from or to different versions of Access or moving an application from one platform or environment to another. The next three appendixes, F, G, and H, are about good practices, such as avoiding reserved words and special characters, implementing good naming conventions, and having a way to manage code, such as by using Source Code Control.

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