The ADO Property object represents a dynamic characteristic of an ADO object that is defined by the provider.
Each provider that talks with ADO has different ways of interacting with ADO. Therefore, ADO needs to store information about the provider in some way. The solution is that the provider gives specific information (dynamic properties) to ADO. ADO stores each provider property in a Property object that is again stored in the Properties Collection. The Collection is assigned to either a Command object, Connection object, Field object, or a Recordset object.
|Attributes||Returns the attributes of a Property object|
|Name||Sets or returns the name of a Property object|
|Type||Returns the type of a Property object|
|Value||Sets or returns the value of a Property object|
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