Ado.Net Programming

Ado.Net Programming

by Arlen S Feldman
     
 

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. ADO.NET is the technology within Microsoft's new .NET architecture for database access. This practical guide to ADO.NET begins with the basics and covers all of the pieces of ADO.NET. In

Overview

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. ADO.NET is the technology within Microsoft's new .NET architecture for database access. This practical guide to ADO.NET begins with the basics and covers all of the pieces of ADO.NET. In addition to providing information on how to accomplish different tasks, it also explains the appropriate approaches for different types of applications. Some of these topics include basic database access using SQL Server or OLE DB data providers, using the DataSet, accessing data using XML, remoting, and database schema information.

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Explains how to build and access databases in the .NET framework. Most of the chapters focus on using specific classes and capabilities of ADO.NET; follow-up chapters explore options and variations. Topics include the connection and command classes, manipulating data with the DataSet component, performing tasks with XML, the DataBound controls, and connection pooling. Familiarity with .NET, an object-oriented language, database concepts, and SQL is assumed. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781930110298
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication date:
07/28/2002
Pages:
592
Product dimensions:
7.36(w) x 9.16(h) x 1.23(d)

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Meet the Author

Arlen Feldman was a lead developer of HEAT and wrote the database libraries that allow the product to work transparently with 13 different database engines. Currently, he is the chief architect for FrontRange Solutions, a company specializing in helpdesk and CRM applications, and is working closely with Microsoft on a next-generation architecture based on .NET. He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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