Accessing Data in ADO.NET

  • John Kanalakis


This Chapter Launches your enterprise application development by diving into the heart of any enterprise application, the database. Because the database is indisputably the most important element of any enterprise application, it serves as an ideal starting point for development. This chapter begins by defining the application data access framework and showing how to architect it. Next, the chapter reviews ADO.NET and describes how it fits into the data access framework. It breaks the framework down into its key elements, such as the data access component, the business objects, the business object manager, and the reference data. All examples outline the steps for building the IssueTracker enterprise application, which can translate to just about any enterprise domain.


Data Access Business Object Enterprise Application Store Procedure Optimistic Concurrency 
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