Exploring ADO.NET

  • Paul Gibbons


Activex Data Objects for the .NET Framework (ADO.NET) is your database interface in.NET, the equivalent of Java’s Java Database Connectivity (JDBC). This chapter covers database access using ADO.NET and how it differs from JDBC. It closely looks at the DataSet object, which is the core of the ADO.NET disconnected model and how to use data binding to WinForms controls and ADO.NET controls, in particular the DataGrid controls. First, you will discover the tools provided by Visual Studio.NET to assist with database development.


Data Reader Visual Studio Store Procedure Context Menu Design View 
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