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ADO.NET is the managed code library for the .NET Framework. Its ancestors include ODBC DAO RDO ADO and OleDB. Some of these technologies still exist in the framework but most developers rely on the resources provided in the ADO.NET namespaces. There are evolutionary changes in ADO.NET 2.0 that will be released next year with Visual Studio 2005...

In the early 1990s I was working on a project in which we were creating an accounts receivable system. Because the users of the system would be dealing with people whose accounts were past due the major concern of the client was that the windows open as quickly as possible. The ultimate goal was to have the main window in the application open in three...

Database Modeling with ORM - Part 2   By dotnet.sys-con.com
Object Role Modeling ORM is an excellent modeling methodology that you can use to construct a conceptual database model. This article is the second in a series of articles that introduce ORM....

Enter the Data Definition Language:   By dotnet.sys-con.com
Most developers have faced situations in which they need to read data from a file of some given format but can find no real library routines for this purpose other than the standard file-handling libraries. In such cases they would have to develop code to calculate the addresses of various values they want to retrieve from the file plus write file-handling...

It is no secret that proper modeling when developing complex multitiered applications is vital to the success of a project. Countless studies investigating the poor success rate of enterprise-level application projects point to a lack of adequate modeling and design techniques as a major contributor to the dismal failure rate....

More and more enterprise users are moving into mobile work scenarios in which a network connection is not always possible and the traditional PC is too cumbersome. In order to reach such users we as developers need to get our skills and systems up to speed with mobile development. .NET provides the tools and infrastructure to do just that with the...

ADO.NET and the Middle Tier   By dotnet.sys-con.com
Microsoft s development tools are justly famous for their ease of use and many developers have had the pleasure of impressing their boss with an exciting application that they knocked together in an afternoon. Many developers have also faced the disappointment of finding that the techniques they ve read about and used for the single-user prototype...

After introducing you to ADO.NET and its relationship to the SQL Server managed provider this chapter walks you the creation of a Survey application. The ADO.NET example focuses on a number of best practices along with recommended design patterns.n...

Create vibrant applications to entertain educate or titillate users. With just a little .NET work you can plug into the Windows Media Player to create a rich experience for your users....

Article :: Typed DataSets in ADO.NET   By awprofessional.com
Learn how to generate Typed DataSets in Visual Studio .NET and from the command line as well as how to customize the generation by using annotations. n...

Learn how ADO.NET not only supports relational data through the data provider DataSet and Adapter architecture but also adds support for all types of nonrelational data through its integration with XML....

Dale Michalk continues his series on ADO.NET with a discussion of the DataSet and its sidekick the DataAdapter.n...

In Part 2 of his five-part series on ADO.NET Dale Michalk discusses ADO.NET connected operations with the Connection Command and DataReader classes....

Advanced Data Retrieval with ADO.NET   By dotnet.sys-con.com
ADO.NET the classes found in the System.Data namespace in Visual Studio .NET VS.NET provides a wealth of functionality to developers who need to manipulate data which as it turns out includes most all VS.NET developers. One of its interesting characteristics is that you can use ADO.NET and rely on its defaults to quickly and easily get an application...

So you re building your data-driven application and you ve got an ADO.NET Entity Model that represents an abstraction around your database. Maybe you re even pretty savvy and you ve used inheritance and some filters to enhance the entity model so that it really is an entity model and not just a raw translation of your database schema into objects. One...

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