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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
  1. · Data Access in .NET using C#: Part 1
  2. · Data Access in .NET
  3. · The DataReader Object
  4. · Conclucion

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There you have it - a simple, practical way to work with C#, ADO.NET and an MS-Access database to retrieve values. In the next article we will be building parts of our application that can be used by potential customers and artists of music albums to manage their database of titles and producers. This solution will allow the user to edit data within the database and to view reports relating to their data.
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