Question 1 :
A file data source is one that is local to a single computer.
Question 2 :
An application that uses the ODBC interface could process any database that is ODBC-compliant without any program coding changes.
Question 3 :
An OLE DB rowset is equivalent to a cursor.
Question 4 :
ODBC is a foundation of data access in the specifically Microsoft world.
Question 5 :
An abstraction is a generalization of something.
Question 6 :
An OLE DB interface is specified by a set of objects and the properties and methods that they expose.
Question 7 :
A OLE DB rowset is an abstraction of a relation, which in turn is an abstraction of a recordset.
Question 8 :
ODBC identifies two types of drivers: single tier and multiple-tier.
Question 9 :
A data source is an ODBC data structure that identifies a database and the DBMS that processes it.
Question 10 :
Users of OLE DB functionality are referred to as data providers.
Question 11 :
A user data source is one that can be shared among database users.
Question 12 :
ODBC provides an interface by which Web server programs can access and process relational data sources in a DBMS-independent manner.
Question 13 :
OLE DB tabular data providers present data in the form of rowsets.
Question 14 :
The ADO connection object is created after the ADO errors object is created.
Question 15 :
The process of defining a system data source name involves specifying the type of driver and the identity of the database to be processed.
Question 16 :
ODBC conformance levels specify which SQL statements, expressions, and data types a driver can process.
Question 17 :
A OLE DB collection is an object that contains a group of other objects.
Question 18 :
OLE DB has two types of data providers: tabular data providers and service providers.
Question 19 :
The driver manager processes ODBC requests and submits specific SQL statements to a given type of data source.
Question 20 :
ADO overlies the more complex OLE DB model, and can be called for scripting languages but not programming languages.