There is little bus-specific training going on in trade schools and community colleges in the US, so transit maintenance training managers have to rely on manufacturer-specific service information taught on the job, leaving a gap in fundamental knowledge of how multiplexing bus electrical systems work.
Transit managers and mechanics, working with the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Bus Maintenance Training Committee (BMTC), have identified the knowledge of modern bus electrical systems as critical to plugging the technician job skills gap.
The knowledge gap for bus maintenance technicians centers on the fundamental understanding of how to integrate multiplexing electrical systems with ladder logic and electrical schematics to troubleshoot and repair electrical faults.
During a series of meetings, transit agency maintenance managers agreed that many transit service technicians could benefit from an enhanced understanding of these concepts and that the industry needed a broad electrical training program.
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If "HDR=No" the returned recordset will include the first row. The schema information file, which is always named and always kept in the same folder as the text data source, provides information about the general format of the file, the column name and data type information, and a number of other data characteristics.
A file is always required for accessing fixed-width data.
Below you will find example ADO connection strings that you can use when connecting to some of the most common database types.
Connecting to any data source using an ODBC DSN (Data Source Name): You must first create the DSN, this can be done using the "ODBC Data Source Administrator" found in "Control Panel" or "Administrative Tools" on your computer.
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