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A Programmer's Guide to ADO.NET in C#
Contributor(s): Chand, Mahesh (Author), Gold, Mike (Author)

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ISBN: 1893115399     ISBN-13: 9781893115392
Publisher: Apress
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Binding Type: Paperback - See All Available Formats & Editions
Published: April 2002

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BISAC Categories:
- Computers | Programming Languages - C#
- Computers | Programming - Object Oriented
- Computers | Internet - General
Dewey: 005.758
Series: Expert's Voice
Physical Information: 1.59" H x 7.42" W x 9.29" (2.69 lbs) 740 pages
Features: Illustrated, Index, Price on Product, Table of Contents
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Publisher Description:
This essential guide to Microsoft's ADO.NET overviews C#, then leads you toward deeper understanding of ADO.NET. Author Mahesh Chand provides key information about using each of .NET's major data providers, including OLE DB, SQL Server, and the released version of ODBC. Also featured are the methods and properties associated with these data providers' classes. Further, Chand shows you how to work with XML classes, integrate XML into the ADO .NET architecture, and manipulate XML to transfer, read, and store data.

"A Programmer's Guide to ADO.NET in C# supplies you with handy ideas for taking advantage of the Visual Studio .NET IDE, and for linking data with powerful Windows and Web Forms, including the multifaceted DataGrid control. Also included is discussion about using ADO.NET to develop Web applications and create Web services.

The easy-to-follow, visually rich examples illustrate creating and executing stored procedures, working with triggers and views, creating and updating tables, and handling events in ADO.NET. Extremely thorough, this book even explains how to develop a web-based guest book.

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