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All You Need To Know About ADO.NET: Part 2/2


In this, the final part of her two part series on ADO.NET, Vaijayantee talks about the purpose of ADO.NET, scalability, XML, the ADOCommand and SQLCommand objects and more. If you're just new to .NET then Vaijayantee's ADO.NET tutorial series will have you up and running with databases in a short time.

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By: Vaijayantee Sateesh Kamat
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April 15, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · All You Need To Know About ADO.NET: Part 2/2
  2. · ADO.NET's Disconnected Architecture
  3. · Building An In-Memory Schema
  4. · DataRelation Objects and Constraints
  5. · Examining the XSD
  6. · Conclusion

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All You Need To Know About ADO.NET: Part 2/2 - Conclusion
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In this article we've learnt that ADO.NET is the latest data access technology that uses disconnected paradigm and XML, we've learnt about various features of data access in VB.NET, how to create a data form with the help of a wizard and looking at bound control, that the dataSet is at the heart of the ADO.NET and there are many ways to generate it, that data is stored in DataTable objects of a DataSet and much more.

Hopefully you now understand everything there is to know about ADO.NET and you can begin adding database functionality to your .NET applications!
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