ADO.NET refers to a set of classes that ship with Visual Studio .NET that allow developers to access data typically stored in relational databases. The purpose of this book is to explain the important features of ADO.NET to corporate developers who use VS .NET. Dan Fox also provides architectural guidance and Best Practices for using ADO.NET in corporate applications. Reference Tables sho how members of ADO.NET classes fit into the bigger picture by denoting why or where the method or property is used. This book is filled with code snippets and code listings in both VB .NET and VC# .NET, sidebars, and mini Case Studies that briefly explore peripheral issues, tips, cautions, and additional resources.This is the entity relationship diagram for the ComputeBooks database. ... such as Erwin and Visio 2000 (from which Figure 13.2 was created), provide the tools necessary to create logical data models and even reverse-engineer the physical anbsp;...
|Title||:||Sams Teach Yourself ADO.NET in 21 Days|
|Publisher||:||Sams Publishing - 2002|