A collection of books on ADO.NET. Ideal selection if you want to learn the basics of architecture of ADO.NET and all you need to know about data providers and the new Connection, Command, and DataSet objects. For professional developers the books offer discussions on, transactions, concurrency, typed DataSets, and using XML with ADO.NET
This book is about a new provider-model-based data access library known as ADO.NET, a part of the .NET initiative. But this book is also about datawhere we store it and how we retrieve it, update it, and index it. Describing the ins and outs of data management turns out to be a larger topic than simply enumeratingthe use of all the classes, interfaces, properties, and methods in a library.
A Programmers Guide to ADO.NET in C# delves into databasing and ADO.NET from a C# developer's perspective.
ADO.NET Examples and Best Practices for C# Programmers brings fresh insights and tips on the new ADO.NET technology. The focus continues to be on practical advice that the in-the-trenches C# data access developers can use to make their code faster and easier to write and understand.
Applied ADO.NET: Building Data-Driven Solutions begins with the basics of ASP.NET and data-bound controls. It then delves into internals of data binding and shows how to use DataGrid, DataList, and other data-bound controls in real-world applications. Chand and Talbot also discuss the ASP.NET guest book, database XML Web services, and even an online bookstore site development and design process.
This book is squarely aimed at developers who have a basic understanding of .NET and of databases. It is intended to help day-to-day developers get their job done. It does not assume prior experience with ADO, though it does build somewhat on that knowledge if it exists.
Aimed toward both developers who have little or no experience with ADO.NET (or with .NET in general) and programmers who are not comfortable with database programming. Best-selling author Peter Wright painlessly moves readers from simple database access to the sophisticated manipulation of XML documents.
This core reference demonstrates how to use ActiveX Data Objects.NET (ADO.NET) to access, sort, and manipulate data in enterprise-wide, Web-enabled applications. Readers learn best practices for writing, testing, and debugging database application code using the new tools and wizards in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET-with code on a companion CD, plus insider tips.