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- abbr. Data Access Object, a design pattern used in software engineering.
- abbr. De-asphalted oil, a crude oil refinery process stream.
- abbr. Double action only, a trigger mechanism for semi-automatic firearms.
- abbr. Disk-at-Once, an optical disk recording mode.
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I also did a little research about dao, and on one web site, it states that DAO is pretty much useless now .. and I can't get the commands right for C# to extract data from the data base
What we are seeing, if not lighting-fast growth of the term DAO, is growing acceptance of the idea.
PROFIT magazine (sorry but the current issue is not yet online as I write this), I came across a sidebar about a concept called DAO or "Digital Asset Optimization."
I rewrote it in VB6 using a technology called DAO (data access objects) that came with VB6.
I've seen Java patterns where your DAO is the only thing that ever sees a result set.
Generic CRUD Service aka DAO - EJB 3.1/0 Code - Only If You Really Needed Written In The Clouds, Published With The Cloud and Pushed Into The Cloud Adam Bien wrote:
Generic CRUD Service aka DAO - EJB 3.1/0 Code - Only If You Really Needed r4ds wrote:
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