Programming ADO.NET

Wiley | 2002-04-19 | ISBN: 0471201871 | 700 pages | CHM | 3,5 Mb

A powerful tool for delivering data-driven content across the Web, ADO.NET is the new set of data access services for Microsoft's .NET Framework. Because of its many new features, experienced and new programmers alike need to learn ADO.NET from the ground up.
Provides detailed coverage of the objects that form the ADO.NET infrastructure
Explores the relationship between ADO.NET, ASP.NET, XML, and server-side tools such as SQL Server 2000 and BizTalk Server
Features "Best Practices" sections that cover how to retrieve, manipulate, and update data with ADO.NET
Companion Web site contains code examples in VB.NET and C#



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