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Aimed toward both developers who have little or no experience with ADO.NET and programmers who are not comfortable with database programming. Moves readers from simple database access to the sophisticated manipulation of XML documents.
Teaches the concepts of disconnected data access with ADO.NET; how to create various database details, such as table constraints, projects, stored procedures, views, and triggers; how to use SQLXM 3.0 with SQL Server 2000.
Written for programmers, this guide explains ADO.NET, with detailed discussions of classes, interfaces, properties, and methods. It also examines the structure of data and the ways ADO.NET solves data access problems.
expected this book to be about getting to SQL Server from .NET. It certainly is but it also goes so much further. Thomsen gives his main examples using SQL Server but also includes Oracle, MySQL and other databases in his coverage.
In building client-server or three-tier applications, desktop-rich clients, or Web applications, at some point the application will likely need to be able to access a database.
This core reference demonstrates how to use ActiveX Data Objects.NET (ADO.NET) to access, sort, and manipulate data in enterprise-wide, Web-enabled applications. Readers learn best practices for writing, testing, and debugging database application code...
ADO.NET is the data access model built into the .NET Framework. It replaces the old (and largely successful) ADO used in almost all Visual Basic and ASP applications built over the last few years.
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