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Data Access in .NET using C#: Part 1


ADO.NET and C# can be used together to work with an Access database to produce a simple application. In this article Sachin shows us how it's done.

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By: Sachin Korgaonkar
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November 15, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Data Access in .NET using C#: Part 1
  2. · Data Access in .NET
  3. · The DataReader Object
  4. · Conclucion

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In this article I will shows you how to add the capability of data access to your applications using Visual Studio.NET. This article will be based on ADO.NET and will show you how to access the OLE DB managed providers, as well as SQL Server managed providers.
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