Ado and Ado.Net Programming (Transcend Technique Programming Series)

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Data access technology has come a long way in the past decade. The introduction of Microsoft Access was a major step forward, followed by the giant leaps represented by ADO and now by ADO.NET.

ADO and ADO.NET Programming will help you use both APIs to write data access code that works perfectly, irrespective of the data source or front end. You'll learn to enlist ADO techniques in support of legacy systems, as well as in other scenarios where ADO is simply the better choice. And...

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Overview

Data access technology has come a long way in the past decade. The introduction of Microsoft Access was a major step forward, followed by the giant leaps represented by ADO and now by ADO.NET.

ADO and ADO.NET Programming will help you use both APIs to write data access code that works perfectly, irrespective of the data source or front end. You'll learn to enlist ADO techniques in support of legacy systems, as well as in other scenarios where ADO is simply the better choice. And you'll master the special capabilities of ADO.NET, such as support for XML and disconnected data, that promise to make it the dominant data access API for years to come. Simple data retrieval and updating is only the beginning. Advanced topics include schema modification, data synchronization, and multidimensional aggregation.

There's more to ADO and ADO.NET than universal connectivity, of course. This book offers detailed coverage of source-specific and client-specific functionality, helping you tap into features unique to SQL Server, Oracle, and Jet, on the one hand, and Visual Basic, Access, and Excel, on the other hand. You also get a practical introduction to the .NET Framework and appendices covering major object models and the SQL and MDX query languages on CD.

The enclosed CD contains all the book's sample code-both ADO code written in Visual Basic 6 and ADO.NET code written in Visual Basic .NET. These examples vividly illustrate the book's techniques and allow you to test their effectiveness and sharpen your own coding skills.

About the Authors
Mike Gunderloy has worked with every Microsoft data access technology, from the release of Access 1.1 right through ADO.NET. He'san independent consultant and frequent author on database topics. His other Sybex books include the Access 2002 Desktop and Enterprise Developer's Handbooks (with Paul Litwin and Ken Getz), SQL Server Developer's Guide to OLAP with Analysis Services, Visual Basic Developer's Guide to ADO, and Mastering SQL Server 2000. Mike lives on a farm in eastern Washington, where he raises chickens, llamas, and peacocks when he's not wrestling with new software releases.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782129946
  • Publisher: Sybex, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/11/2002
  • Series: Transcend Technique Programming Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Pages: 1000
  • Product dimensions: 7.48 (w) x 9.06 (h) x 2.22 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Pt. I Understanding Data Access 1
Ch. 1 An Overview of ADO and ADO.NET 3
Ch. 2 Understanding Data Access Architectures 17
Pt. II Understanding ADO 41
Ch. 3 Using the ADO Objects to Retrieve Data 43
Ch. 4 Editing Data with ADO 83
Ch. 5 Managing Activity with ADO Events 109
Ch. 6 Using Records and Streams 133
Ch. 7 Data Shaping 155
Ch. 8 Working with Disconnected Recordsets 185
Ch. 9 Using ADOX for Data Definition and Security Operations 223
Ch. 10 Analyzing Multidimensional Data with ADO MD 263
Pt. III Understanding .NET 311
Ch. 11 Introduction to .NET 313
Ch. 12 Understanding .NET Languages 337
Ch. 13 Using ADO from .NET 367
Pt. IV Understanding ADO.NET 391
Ch. 14 Using the ADO.NET Objects to Retrieve Data 393
Ch. 15 Editing Data with ADO.NET 445
Ch. 16 Working with Disconnected DataSets 477
Ch. 17 Using Windows Forms with ADO.NET 513
Ch. 18 Synchronizing DataSets with XML 541
Ch. 19 Managing Data on the Web with ASP.NET 575
Pt. V Specific Provider Issues 605
Ch. 20 ADO and SQL Server 607
Ch. 21 ADO and Oracle 639
Ch. 22 ADO and Jet 659
Ch. 23 ADO and Other Providers 689
Pt. VI Specific Client Issues 719
Ch. 24 Using ADO from Visual Basic 721
Ch. 25 Using ADO from Microsoft Access 819
Ch. 26 Using ADO from Microsoft Excel 847
Ch. 27 Using ADO.NET from Visual Basic .NET 869
App. A The ADO Object Model 917
App. B The ADOX Object Model 929
App. C The ADO MD Object Model 937
App. D The ADO.NET Object Model 945
App. E ADO and ADO.NET Utilities
App. F SQL and MDX Language Primer
Index 961
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