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ADO.NET Fundamentals

  • Matthew MacDonald
  • Dan Mabbutt
  • Adam Freeman

Abstract

The .NET Framework includes its own data access technology: ADO.NET. ADO.NET consists of managed classes that allow .NET applications to connect to data sources (usually relational databases), execute commands, and manage disconnected data. The small miracle of ADO.NET is that it allows you to write more or less the same data access code in web applications that you write for client-server desktop applications, or even single-user applications that connect to a local database.

Keywords

Data Provider Isolation Level Connection Object Connection Class Master Catalog 
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© Matthew MacDonald, Dan Mabbutt, and Adam Freeman 2010

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  • Matthew MacDonald
  • Dan Mabbutt
  • Adam Freeman

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