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Teach yourself the fundamentals of ADO.NET 2.0—one step at a time. With this practical, learn-by-doing tutorial, you get the guidance you need to start creating data centric applications for Microsoft Windows and the Web.

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  • Work in the Microsoft Visual ...
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Overview

Teach yourself the fundamentals of ADO.NET 2.0—one step at a time. With this practical, learn-by-doing tutorial, you get the guidance you need to start creating data centric applications for Microsoft Windows and the Web.

Discover how to:

  • Work in the Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 development environment
  • Use the ADO.NET 2.0 classes in either Visual Basic or Visual C#
  • Connect to and manipulate different data sources: Microsoft SQL Server, XML, OLE DB
  • Create ADO.NET objects at either design time or run time
  • Use visual design tools
  • Sort, filter, and manipulate data
  • Build data-bound Windows Forms and Web Forms
  • Work with validation controls
  • Read and write XML data and schemas

CD features:

  • Code samples
  • Sample databases

For customers who purchase an ebook version of this title, instructions for downloading the CD files can be found in the ebook.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735621640
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 12/14/2005
  • Series: Microsoft Step by Step Series
  • Edition description: 2005 ed.
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 528
  • Product dimensions: 7.26 (w) x 9.26 (h) x 1.31 (d)

Meet the Author

With twenty years experience in the field, Rebecca M. Riordan has earned an international reputation for designing and implementing computer systems that are technically sound, reliable, and effectively meet her clients' needs. Her particular area of expertise is database design and she is a five year Access MVP. Rebecca has also authored several database books and served as a senior technical support engineer for Microsoft's database products. As a Microsoft employee in Australia, Rebecca was the Senior technical support engineer for Microsoft's database products.

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Table of Contents

Introduction;
Who Is This Book For?;
The Organization of This Book;
Finding Your Best Starting Point in This Book;
Conventions and Features in This Book;
System Requirements;
Code Samples;
Prerelease Software;
Online Companion Content;
Support for This Book;
Part I: Getting Started with ADO.NET;
Chapter 1: Getting Started with ADO.NET;
1.1 On the Fundamental Interconnectedness of All Things;
1.2 The ADO.NET Object Model;
1.3 Creating a Simple Data-Bound Form;
1.4 Summary;
Part II: Data Provider Objects;
Chapter 2: Using Connections;
2.1 Understanding Connections;
2.2 Creating Connections;
2.3 Configuring Connections;
2.4 Connection Methods;
2.5 Summary;
Chapter 3: Using Data Commands and DataReaders;
3.1 Understanding Data Commands;
3.2 Creating Data Commands;
3.3 Configuring Data Commands;
3.4 Command Methods;
3.5 Understanding DataReaders;
3.6 Creating DataReaders;
3.7 DataReader Methods;
3.8 Summary;
Chapter 4: Using DataAdapters;
4.1 Understanding DataAdapters;
4.2 Creating DataAdapters;
4.3 Configuring DataAdapters;
4.4 Using DataAdapter Methods;
4.5 Responding to DataAdapter Events;
4.6 Summary;
Chapter 5: Transaction Processing in ADO.NET;
5.1 Understanding Transactions;
5.2 Using Transactions;
5.3 Creating Transactions;
5.4 Creating Nested Transactions;
5.5 Committing and Rolling Back Transactions;
5.6 Summary;
Part III: Data Provider Objects;
Chapter 6: Modeling a Database by Using DataSets and DataRelations;
6.1 Understanding DataSets;
6.2 Creating DataSets;
6.3 Configuring DataSets;
6.4 Using DataSet Methods;
6.5 Understanding DataRelations;
6.6 Creating DataRelations;
6.7 Configuring DataRelations;
6.8 Summary;
Chapter 7: Using DataTables;
7.1 Understanding DataTables;
7.2 Creating DataTables;
7.3 Configuring DataTables;
7.4 Creating DataColumns;
7.5 Configuring DataColumns;
7.6 Adding Constraints;
7.7 Creating DataRows;
7.8 Configuring DataRows;
7.9 Using DataTable Methods;
7.10 Using DataRow Methods;
7.11 Responding to DataTable Events;
7.12 Summary;
Chapter 8: Using TableAdapters;
8.1 Understanding TableAdapters;
8.2 Creating TableAdapters;
8.3 Configuring TableAdapters;
8.4 Using TableAdapter Methods;
8.5 Summary;
Chapter 9: Using DataViews;
9.1 Understanding DataViews;
9.2 Creating DataViews;
9.3 Configuring DataViews;
9.4 Using DataView Methods;
9.5 Summary;
Part IV: Manipulating Data;
Chapter 10: Editing and Updating Data;
10.1 Understanding the Editing and Updating Process;
10.2 Understanding DataRowStates and Versions;
10.3 Editing Data in a DataSet Under Program Control;
10.4 Updating Data Sources;
10.5 Summary;
Chapter 11: Manual Data Binding in Windows Forms;
11.1 Understanding Data Binding in Windows Forms;
11.2 Binding Controls to an ADO.NET Data Source;
11.3 Understanding the BindingContext Object;
11.4 Understanding the CurrencyManager Object;
11.5 Responding to CurrencyManager Events;
11.6 Understanding the Binding Object;
11.7 Configuring the Binding Object;
11.8 Using Binding Object Methods;
11.9 Responding to Binding Object Events;
11.10 Summary;
Chapter 12: Data Binding in Windows Forms by Using the BindingSource Component;
12.1 Understanding the BindingSource;
12.2 Creating BindingSource Components;
12.3 Configuring BindingSource Components;
12.4 Using BindingSource Methods;
12.5 Responding to BindingSource Events;
12.6 Summary;
Chapter 13: Using ADO.NET in Windows Forms;
13.1 Using the BindingNavigator to Navigate Through Data;
13.2 Displaying Data in Windows Controls;
13.3 Formatting Data;
13.4 Finding Data;
13.5 Validating Data in Windows Forms;
13.6 Using the ErrorProvider Component;
13.7 Summary;
Chapter 14: Basic Data Binding in Web Forms;
14.1 Understanding Data Binding in Web Forms;
14.2 Simple-Binding Web Controls to an ADO.NET Data Source;
14.3 Complex-Binding Web Controls;
14.4 Maintaining ADO.NET Object State;
14.5 Implementing Navigation;
14.6 Updating an Underlying Data Source;
14.7 Summary;
Chapter 15: Data Binding in Web Forms by Using the Data Source Component;
15.1 Understanding the Data Source Component;
15.2 Creating Data Source Components;
15.3 Configuring Data Source Controls;
15.4 Using Data Source Methods;
15.5 Responding to Data Source Events;
15.6 Summary;
Chapter 16: Data-Bound and Validation Controls;
16.1 Understanding Data-Bound Controls;
16.2 Understanding List Controls;
16.3 Understanding Template-Based Controls;
16.4 Understanding DataControlFields;
16.5 Understanding Validation Controls;
16.6 Summary;
Part V: ADO.NET and Other Types of Data;
Chapter 17: Reading and Writing XML;
17.1 Understanding XML Schemas;
17.2 Understanding ADO.NET and XML;
17.3 Using the DataSet XML Methods;
17.4 Controlling How XML Is Written;
17.5 Summary;
Chapter 18: The XmlDataDocument;
18.1 Understanding the XmlDataDocument;
18.2 Creating XmlDataDocuments;
18.3 Navigating an XML Document;
18.4 Using XmlDataDocument Methods;
18.5 Summary;
Chapter 19: Using ADO and ADOX in the .NET Framework;
19.1 Understanding COM Interoperability;
19.2 Understanding ADO in the .NET Framework;
19.3 Creating ADO Objects;
19.4 Using ADO Recordsets;
19.5 Understanding ADOX in the .NET Framework;
19.6 Summary;
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  • Posted February 11, 2009

    ADO.NET 2.0 Gives A Good Overall Understanding of Database Programming using Microsoft's .NET Framework

    Overall, it's a good book to have as a starting point. For the person who "tinkers" with programming. Programming professionals will want to start with a more advanced book.

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    Posted January 17, 2006

    A Step By Step Reach To the ADO Programming

    An Excellent book to do better ADO programming in the dot net environment.Book really helped to keep the pace high in learning.

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