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Overview

The development of the .NET Framework, with the associated release of the C# programming language, is set to stimulate a new wave of application development. This book aims to provide the information needed to develop powerful data-centric applications using C#. To do this we'll be extensively covering the exciting new features of ADO.NET that deliver efficient data access and manipulation, and the XML handling capabilities of the .NET Framework. Accepting that data-centric applications will utilize a variety of sources and inputs, we'll also look at additional topics such as using ADO with C#, Messaging Services, and utililizing the Registry and Active Directory. This information is put into context within a number of case studies including one showing how to migrate an application from Visual Basic 6 to C#.

This book has been written with the Beta 2, feature complete version of the .NET Framework in mind, with, where possible, information on running code samples on Release Candidate 1.

This book covers:

  • Using ADO from C# and Visual Studio. NET
  • Getting the most from ADO.NET
  • Handling XML
  • Working with the Active Directory
  • Messaging Services
  • Migrating applications from DNA to .NET
  • Accessing the file system and Registry
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781861005922
  • Publisher: Wrox Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 12/1/2001
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 785
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 1.71 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1: Connecting with .NET
Chapter 2: ADO and C#
Chapter 3: ADO.NET and C# I: Data Access
Chapter 4: ADO.NET and C# II: Working with Data in .NET
Chapter 5: ADO.NET and C# III: Data and VS
Chapter 6: ADO.NET and C# IV: Advanced .NET Topics
Chapter 7: XML
Chapter 8: Navigating and Transforming XML
Chapter 9: Directory Services
Chapter 10: Messaging Services
Chapter 11: Files, Serialization, and Registry Operations
Chapter 12: Web Services
Chapter 13: The Microsoft .NET Server Family
Chapter 14: Case Study I - A Scientific Data Center
Chapter 15: Case Study II - Migrating to .NET
Chapter 16: Case Study III - Working with Legacy Systems
Appendix A: .NET Evolution
Appendix B: ADO.NET Object Model
Appendix C: Using Non-SQL Server RDBMS
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