The previous chapter introduced ADO.NET and the family of objects that provides its functionality. This family includes objects for modeling data (representing tables, rows, columns, and relations) and objects designed for communicating with a data source. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to put these objects to work by creating pages that use ADO.NET to retrieve information from a database and apply changes. You’ll also learn how to retrieve and manage disconnected data, and deal with the potential problems that it presents.


Data Access Select Statement Event Handler Query Analyzer Author Record 


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