Pro ASP.NET for SQL Server: High Performance Data Access for Web Developers explains how to use ASP.NET 2.0 and SQL Server 2005 most efficiently together. It covers all crucial performance issues and illustrates optimal techniques with enterprise-quality development. Performance is always an issue, and optimizing database access is one of the most daunting performance challenges facing web developers. With Brennan Stehling as your guide, you'll explore the many overlaps of web and database technologies, including configuration, programming, performance tuning, and deployment. Youall learn how to make high-performance database access not just a goal, but a reality. What youall learn Discover what impedes ASP.NET 2.0 access to SQL Server 2005 and how to make web applications and databases work blindingly fast together Learn to make the subtle choices between DataSets, DataReaders, and DataObjects, to simplify code and maximize performance Optimize data-bound controls and create your own See when a custom database provider is advisable and how to build one Understand how to monitor and measure web/database performance Learn to build, deploy, and configure enterprise-level web applications against SQL Server 2005 Who this book is for Anyone involved in .NET web development will find this book invaluable. Whether youare struggling just to handle traffic or scaling up to meet demand, youall find all the tools, tips, and techniques you need for high-performance web access to databases. If you want to build enterprise-level web database applications 100% of the time, this book will tellaand showayou how to do it.With the service configuration already in place, the console application can use the EventServiceHost class to run the service host. Listing ... After you are ready to deploy your service to a production environment, you can run the service either through a website or a Windows service. ... The client will be the application, such as the website, which will use the WCF provider to communicate with the service.
|Title||:||Pro ASP.NET for SQL Server|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2007-09-25|