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Data Access with ADO.NET     
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This article describes the DAL class used by ASPAlliance.com, including a handy function that can cut the number of lines of code required for DAL methods by half or more, by cutting down the number of lines required for each stored procedure parameter....

Automate Data Export using DTS and ADO.NET  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Most of the Organizations have requirement of maintaining all corporate data at one centralized place. Since the enterprise is having different kinds of system it is quite hard to achieve the centralization. From SQL Server 7.0 onwards, Microsoft provided the drag and drop facility for automation to DBA. The tool that SQL Server provides is DTS (Data Transformation Services)....

Bulk Copy Tool  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Many times you need to import data from different databases into your SQL Server database. If you do not have SQL Server Enterprise manager or similar tools then it becomes very tedious to import such data. This is especially true when you are working with SQL Server Express Edition or MSDE....

Introduction to ADO.NET  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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To my surprise, there are still software development houses that still initiate a Development using languages like VB6 and obviously using ADO. In most of the time when someone has a Problem about ADO, I fail to referrer them to an article about Introduction to ADO.NET. So I thought I should write one that will tell them how great it is to build Applications in .NET and ADO.NET is the best thing that has ever happened to Database Programming. In this Article, we are going to introduce those who ...

ADO.NET Interview Questions - Part 1  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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This is the Part 1 of ADO.NET. In this section we will touch base on one of important concepts in ADO.NET. You can download my .NET Interview Question PDF from http://www.questpond.com/SampleDotNetInterviewQuestionBook.zip.

I have also put all these design patterns in a video format and uploaded on http://www.questpond.com/FreeDesign1.htm . You can visit http://www.questpond.com/ and download the complete architecture interview questions PDF which covers SOA, UML, Design Patterns, Togaf, ...

Introduction to ADO.NET  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 39  |  Today: 0Author: Dimitrios Markatos      Rating:  
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The advent of ASP back in late 1996 when ADO 1.0 was released represented a new way of dynamically retrieving data from a database. Though ADO was at its very infancy then, and was something of an offshoot of DAO and RDO, nevertheless it represented a new bold direction. Each subsequent version of the technology leads us one step closer to ADO 2.6, when development came to an end. At this point, emerging from the shadows came the most revolutionary framework to date - .NET, with it the very powe...

What is ADO.NET?  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Microsoft provided a set of programable objects known as the ActiveX Data Object(ADO) that allow access to OLEDB. ADO defines an object model that uses a set of object processing methods and properties. The methods perform some operations necessary to gain access to and update a data source. The properties either represents some attributes of data or control the behaviour of some object method associated....

Managing an @@IDENTITY Crisis     
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As some of you know, I spend a portion of my day trolling the newsgroups fishing for interesting topics. Nowadays I stay away from JET database engine and Microsoft® Access questions—I'm no longer impartial enough to answer these folks without putting a knot in my stomach. I keep thinking, "You wouldn't be asking this question if you weren't using a toy database engine." But that's the fodder for another article. Each week there are usually several questions that discuss how to handle new Identi...

Introducing ADO.NET     
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Among the many things that are changing with .NET is data access. Under the .NET Framework, data access is handled by a set of classes called ADO.NET which are essentially an augmentation of the existing ActiveX Data Objects (ADO). If you have been keeping up to date with developments in ADO, then ADO.NET will come as less of a shock than you might think. All the same, there are some big changes, both internally and on the surface. The most obvious internal change is that ADO.NET is entirely bas...

ADO+ - Introduction     
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ADO+ is an evolutionary improvement to Microsoft® ActiveX® Data Objects (ADO) that provides platform interoperability and scalable data access. Because Extensible Markup Language (XML) is the format for transmitting data, any application that can read the XML format can process data. In the extreme case, the receiving component need not be an ADO+ component at all. It might be a Microsoft Visual Studio®-based solution or any application running on any platform....

Basics in ADO.Net     
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In a single line you can assume ADO.Net as the mixture of XML, ADO and other advanced features.These all features provided in different libraries....

Introduction to some basic classes of ADO.NET  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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The first day I began to study ADO.NET I got confused because of new classes that Microsoft introduce in .NET Framework. In this article I want to introduce some basic classes of ADO.Net, hopefully those beginner who want to learn ADO.NET will not get confused like I did....

Exporting your data to CSV format  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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On-line web applications providing some business functionality often need to exchange data between other applications. For example, data displayed in a DataGrid might be needed by an Excel spreadsheet or data might be needed to be put inside Outlook address book. In such cases Comma Separated Values (CSV) format is the most widely used data interchange format. In this article we will see how to write a generic routine so that your entire DataTable can be exported to CSV format....

What is ADO.NET?  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 44  |  Today: 0Author: Abhisek      Rating:  
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Microsoft provided a set of programable objects known as the ActiveX Data Object(ADO) that allow access to OLEDB. ADO defines an object model that uses a set of object processing methods and properties. The methods perform some operations necessary to gain access to and update a data source. The properties either represents some attributes of data or control the behaviour of some object method associated....

Introduction to ADO.NET Connection Design Tools  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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To move data between a data store and your application, you must first have a connection to the data store. Data adapters, data connections, data commands, and data readers are the components that make up a .NET Framework data provider. Microsoft and third-party providers can make available other .NET Framework data providers that can be integrated into Visual Studio. For more information, see .NET Data Providers....

Introduction to ADO.NET     
Total Hits: 91  |  Today: 0Author: Dimitrios Markatos      Rating:  
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The advent of ASP back in late 1996 when ADO 1.0 was released represented a new way of dynamically retrieving data from a database. Though ADO was at its very infancy then, and was something of an offshoot of DAO and RDO, nevertheless it represented a new bold direction. Each subsequent version of the technology leads us one step closer to ADO 2.6, when development came to an end. At this point, emerging from the shadows came the most revolutionary framework to date - .NET, with it the very powe...

Introduction to ADO .Net Sync Services     
Total Hits: 248  |  Today: 0Author: Vishal Shukla      Rating:  
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The ability to support mobile and remote workers is becoming more and more important for organizations. The Microsoft Sync framework has been designed to address these issues and gives a great framework to easily design your applications on occasionally connected architecture. The article will demonstrate how easily you can design occasionally connected applications using ADO .Net Sync services. It’s going to be a very basic example in VB .net showing how you can use Sync services within your ap...

Introduction to DotNetNuke     
Total Hits: 321  |  Today: 0Author: Rajdeep Mukherjee      Rating:  
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This article broadly speaks about DotNetNuke, one of the latest buzzwords in the web application technology world. The author provides a broad overview of this free, Open Source Framework that can be effectively used for creating Enterprise Web Applications....

An introduction to ADO.NET concluded     
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This article, the second of two parts, explains how ADO.NET uses classes from the .NET Framework to provide access to the data in a database. It is excerpted from chapter two of the book VB.NET Database Programming with ADO.NET....

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