ADO.NET and Database Development

  • Stephen R. G. Fraser


You’ve already looked at two of the four common methods of getting input into and out of your.NET Windows applications: streams and controls. ADO.NET, which you’ll cover in detail in this chapter, is the third. In next chapter, you’ll round it out with XML, the fourth and final common method. ADO.NET is a huge topic. In this chapter you’ll learn about some of the more commonly used aspects of it.


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© Stephen R. G. Fraser 2003

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