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Getting rid of your ADOVBS.INC file!

Just say NO to using ADOVBS.INC in your ASP pages. It's not the right way to do things. It requires an include file in *every* page that uses any ADO constants. Include files impose overhead -- significant in sites that see a great deal of traffic. Furthermore, this file is fairly long, including all kinds of constants of which any one page will probably only use one or two. There is a better way........

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