Microsoft® ADO.NET (Core Reference)

Microsoft® ADO.NET (Core Reference)
Published:May 15, 2002Language:English
Author:David SceppaTechnology:Microsoft Visual Studio .NET
Length:736 PagesISBN 13:9780735614239

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About The BookThe definitive guide to using Microsoft Visual C#™ .NET to develop stand-alone applications for Microsoft Windows and Web-enabled Microsoft .NET applications

Microsoft ActiveX® Data Objects .NET (ADO.NET) is a set of libraries included with the Microsoft .NET Framework that helps you communicate with data from .NET-based applications—including XML data. Discover how to access, sort, and manipulate data in Web-enabled enterprise applications with this book. You’ll get expert guidance and insider tips from a leading database and ADO authority about how to write, test, and debug database code with the tools and wizards in Visual Studio .NET. You’ll also learn about the improved ADO.NET object model, its XML features for Web extensibility, its enhanced integration with Microsoft SQL Server™ 2000, and more. Topics covered in this guide include:
  • Overview of ADO.NET
  • Building applications with the Data Form Wizard
  • Connecting to your database
  • Querying your database
  • Working with DataAdapters
  • Storing data in DataSets
  • Filtering and searching data in DataSets
  • Working with relational data
  • Submitting updates to your database
  • Advanced updating scenarios
  • Using strongly typed DataSets
  • Interacting with XML data
  • Building effective Windows® database applications
  • Building effective Web database applicationsINCLUDED ON CD-ROM:
  • A fully searchable electronic copy of the book
  • Sample code in C# and Microsoft Visual Basic® .NET (also available from the link on this page)
  • About David SceppaAuthor of Programming ADO (Microsoft Press, 2000), David Sceppa is currently working as a tester in the Visual Basic Data team, working with the new data features in the product as well as with ADO .NET itself. This position provides him with access to changes in ADO .NET and Visual Studio .NET data features as they happen, and he is often involved in e-mail discussions about such changes before they occur.

    Prior to this position, David Sceppa worked in Developer Support as a technical lead, helping customers (and coworkers) with issues regarding building Visual Basic database applications. He is also MCSD certified and has a background in teaching.
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