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Data Components in Visual Studio .NET

  • Mahesh Chand
  • David Talbot

Abstract

In the previous chapter, you saw the basics of the ADO.NET model and its components and how they are connected to each other in the ADO.NET architecture. The Visual Studio .NET (VS .NET) Integrated Development Environment (IDE) provides design-time support to work with data components. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to use these data components in the VS .NET IDE at design-time to create database applications. Using ADO.NET components (also referred to as data components) is similar to using any Windows control. You just drag the component from the Toolbox to a form, set its properties and methods, and you’re up and running.

Keywords

Data Provider Visual Studio Data Component Database Object Database Application 
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© Mahesh Chand and David Talbot 2003

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  • Mahesh Chand
  • David Talbot

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