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Getting rid of your ADOVBS.INC file!
by jason parker Source article

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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September 19, 2002 by Brad Matthews
The link is broken, dont bother with this one
April 2, 2002 by Chris Charlton
translation please