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Datasets in Microsoft.Net
ADO.NET was designed to meet the needs of a new programming model: disconnected data architecture, tight integration with XML, common data representation with the ability to combine data from multiple and varied data sources, and optimized facilities for interacting with a database, all native to the .NET Framework.The ADO.NET DataSet is a memory-resident representation of data that provides a consistent relational programming model regardless of the source of the data it contains.

Latest Developments in the .Net World
Do you want to know about the latest development in the .Net technology? Here is a comprehensive look at the latest developments in the world of Microsoft’s.NET.

Introduction to .NET
Here is a little weekend reading for those DevArticles fans that are interested in the .Net Framework. Enjoy.

Automatic Generation of Single Table SQL Statements in .NET
In this article David shows us how to automatically generate Insert, Update, and Delete SQL statements using the SqlCommandBuilder object.

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 #39;s done.

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.

All You Need To Know About ADO.NET: Part 1/2
Fundamentally, almost all business applications need some type of access to data stored in a database. They need access to this data quickly, and in a number of different formats. This is where ADO.NET comes into the picture. In this series of two articles, Vaijayantee explains exactly what ADO.NET is, including discussions on scalability, architecture, etc. She also shows us how to use ADO.NET with VB.NET and Visual Studio.NET.

Easing Transition From ASP and ADO to ASP.NET and ADO.Net Part 1/2
You shouldn #39;t have to learn six objects beginning with the word Data to start using ADO.NET. More importantly, you shouldn #39;t have to depend on learning a brand new object model for Microsoft #39;s DataGrid object to customize the HTML you #39;re sending to the end user. In this article Ruffin compares classic ASP and ADO to Microsoft #39;s ASP.NET and ADO.NET technologies, easing the transition to ADO.NET for current ADO developers.

A Practical Comparison of ADO and ADO.NET
Since classic ASP #39;s humble beginnings, ADO data access classes and methods have been re-written to form ADO.NET. In this article Joe looks at the differences (in terms of classes, methods, and calling conventions) that exist between ADO and ADO.NET. He provides several practical examples that show us how to evolve from using ADO with ASP to using ADO.NET with C# and ASP.NET.