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A Programmer's Guide to ADO .NET in C#by Mahesh Chand
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This essential guide to Microsoft's ADO.NET overviews C#, then leads you toward deeper understanding of ADO.NET. Author Mahesh Chand provides key information about using each of .NET's major data providers, including OLE DB, SQL Server, and the released version of ODBC. Also featured are the methods and properties associated with these data providers' classes. Further, Chand shows you how to work with XML classes, integrate XML into the ADO .NET architecture, and manipulate XML to transfer, read, and store data.
A Programmer's Guide to ADO.NET in C# supplies you with handy ideas for taking advantage of the Visual Studio .NET IDE, and for linking data with powerful Windows and Web Forms, including the multifaceted DataGrid control. Also included is discussion about using ADO.NET to develop Web applications and create Web services.
The easy-to-follow, visually rich examples illustrate creating and executing stored procedures, working with triggers and views, creating and updating tables, and handling events in ADO.NET. Extremely thorough, this book even explains how to develop a web-based guest book.
This guide begins by taking readers through an overview of C# and then delves into ADO.NET. The authors provide details on each of the major data providers of the .NET platform, such as OLE DB, SQL Server, and ODBC that enable developers to read and write data to the targeted database. These chapters also serve as a good reference for finding detailed methods and properties.
Begins with a fast paced overview of C# and then delves into Why should C# programmers use it instead of the existing technologies?
A Programmer's Guide to ADO .NET in C# begins by taking readers through a fast-paced overview of C# and then delves into ADO .NET. The chapters that follow go through the details on each of the major Data Providers of the .NET platform that enable you to read and write data to the targeted database. Authors Chand and Gold also show C# programmers how to work with XML classes and how to integrate XML into the ADO .NET architecture. The book provides programmers with handy ideas about taking advantage of the VS .NET IDE and how you can tie your data to the myriad of powerful controls including the multi-faceted Data Grid.
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