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Programming Microsoft ADO.NET 2.0 Core Reference
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Build your expertise as you move beyond the basics—and delve into the essential topics of programming with ADO.NET 2.0. This comprehensive reference offers expert guidance, hands-on instruction, and code samples in Microsoft Visual C# and Visual Basic to help advance your mastery of developing database applications for Microsoft Windows and the Web.
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PLUS—Get Visual Basic and C# code samples, and a Microsoft .NET Data Provider on the Web
Extend your expertise as you move beyond the basics — and delve into the essential topics of programming with ADO.NET 4. This comprehensive reference offers expert guidance, hands-on instruction, and code samples in Microsoft Visual C#® and Visual Basic® to help advance your mastery of developing database applications for Windows® and the Web.
Discover how to:
About the Author
David Sceppa is a program manager on the SQL Server team at Microsoft and an expert on ADO.NET. As a former technical lead in the Microsoft Developer Support group, he helped customers build database applications with Visual Basic and Microsoft Visual FoxPro. David is MCSD certified in Microsoft .NET and has a background in teaching.
Table of Contents
AcknowledgmentsIntroductionPart I: Getting Started with Microsoft ADO.NET 2.0Chapter 1: Overview of ADO.NETChapter 2: Building Your First ADO.NET Application with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005Part II: Getting Connected: Using a .NET Data ProviderChapter 3: Connecting to Your DatabaseChapter 4: Querying Your DatabaseChapter 5: Retrieving Data Using SqlDataAdapter ObjectsPart III: Working with Data Offline—The ADO.NET DataSetChapter 6: Working with DataSet ObjectsChapter 7: Working with Relational DataChapter 8: Sorting, Searching, and FilteringChapter 9: Working with Strongly Typed DataSet Objects and TableAdaptersChapter 10: Submitting Updates to Your DatabaseChapter 11: Advanced Updating ScenariosChapter 12: Working with XML DataPart IV: Building Effective Applications with ADO.NET 2.0Chapter 13: Building Effective Microsoft Windows—Based ApplicationsChapter 14: Building Effective Web ApplicationsChapter 15: SQL Server 2005 Common Language Runtime IntegrationPart V: AppendixesAppendix A: Using Other .NET Data ProvidersAppendix B: Samples and ToolsAbout the Author
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