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Dual Lists in ASP.NET.     
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Let's presume that you have a table of Salespeople and that each Salesperson has many regions assigned to them. Wouldn't it be nice if you could allow a user to select a Salesperson from a list and have that selection automagically populate another list with the regions associated to that Salesperson....

Creating a HashTables in ASP+     
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A hashtable is a table containing key and value pairs. The code below creates a new hashtable named myHash, displays all of the entries of the hashtable, and returns a count of the items in the hashtable....

DataBinding to XML File in ASP.NET Way     
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This article explains a method of databinding to a xml file from ASP.NET Page...

Migrating ADO.NET Code     
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With the release of the new .NET Visual Studio (or VS.NET SDK Beta 2), Microsoft has made some fundamental changes. One area that has been changed is ADO.NET. The purpose of this article is to illustrate some of these changes and allow you to move your ADO code from Beta 1 to Beta 2 as simply as possible. All examples in this article are in C#....

ADO.Net – Get the notification events from Managed Providers     
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Learn How to use the event handlers for various ADO.Net connection & data objects....

Migrating to ADO.NET     
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Dino Esposito discusses migrating to ADO.NET and presents two acceptable reasons for importing and using ADO in .NET applications....

ADO.NET's Primary Objects     
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The Microsoft .NET Framework promises to dramatically change the way you and I develop applications—including how we provide data access. ADO.NET, the next generation of ADO, will be the primary data access API for Microsoft .NET applications. If you already know ADO, you'll have a head start on learning ADO.NET. The .NET Framework contains two managed data providers: System.Data.ADO, which exposes generic data-access classes, and System.Data.SQL, which provides SQL Server-specific data-acc.....

Calling a Stored Procedure Using ADO.NET     
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A stored Procedure is code that is to be executed on the server, in one single stroke.Using stored procedures,introduces speed and momentum to our programs.The Example below executes a stored Procedure on the SQL Server Database....

ASP.NET/Perl.NET Database Access Example     
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One of the features of the .NET framework is its ability to handle multiple languages. Third party compiler vendors can create and implement a compiler targeted for the .NET runtime. In fact, over the course of the next year, you can expect to see some 28 languages ported to the .NET runtime. This will allow companies with a huge codebase in a "non-Microsoft language" to continue building onto their investment....

Connecting to Databases the ASP+ Way     
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It seems with every new release of Visual Studio we get a new data access method. DAO, RDO, ADO...and now ADO+. Well, this version of Visual Studio not only introduces ADO+, but also the SQL Managed Provider. ADO+ and the SQL Managed provider introduce many new features that we cover in other tutorials. There are quite a few samples out there demonstrating how to connect your ASP+ application to a Microsoft SQL Server database...but lets face it, not everybody uses SQL....

Building a SQL Query Tool Using ASP+     
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In pursuit of true code/presentation separation and cross programming language interoperability, we now have ASP+ from Microsoft. I will show how you can build a database application with a user-friendly frontend using ASP+, ADO+ and C#. We will also examine how this compares to a similar application written with ASP, ADO and VB. To compile the code from this article you will need the Technology Preview of the .NET Framework SDK...

Add, Edit , Delete, View Data using ADO+     
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Free to use Tutorials on using ADO+ on Microsoft's .NET Platform in C# as programming language....

Introducing ADO .NET     
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ADO .NET 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 fact, the receiving component need not be an ADO .NET component at all. It might be a Microsoft Visual Studio®-based solution or any application running on any platform....

Working with Properties and Data Types in ASP.NET     
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Article highlights on some of the fundamentals of how the .NET Framework handles data types. In classic ASP a color name and a string didn't seem any different in that they were both string values. In .NET data types are much more important and much more strict....

Using ADO.NET For Data Access - Part I     
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This article is the first in a series of articles where I will illustrate how ADO.NET can be used to access data from a database. Most of us are familiar with the predecessor ADO and as you will see ADO.NET incorporates much more flexibility and extends beyond the recordset to a Dataset....

Adding a "Totals" Field in a DataGrid     
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In this tutorial you will learn how to programmatically sum the values of a column in a DataGrid, and display that total in the footer of the DataGrid. The downloadable sample code for this tutorial is in both C# and Visual Basic.NET....

ADO.NET for the ADO Programmer     
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This article discusses the ADO.NET way of accomplishing basic database operations and when to use ADO.NET as opposed to ADO. ADO.NET is the latest in a long line of database access technologies that began with the Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) application programming interface (API) several years ago. Along the way, a number of interesting things happened. For example, COM landed at the database territory and started a colonization process that culminated with OLE DB. Next, ActiveX®.....

ODBC .NET Data Provider Beta 1     
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The ODBC .NET Data Provider is an add-on component to the .NET Framework SDK Beta 2. It provides access to native ODBC drivers the same way the OLE DB .NET Data Provider provides access to native OLE DB providers. Although the ODBC .NET Data Provider is intended to work with all compliant ODBC drivers, it has been tested with only the following drivers: • Microsoft SQL ODBC Driver
• Microsoft ODBC Driver for Oracle • Microsoft Jet ODBC Driver...

ADO.NET : Migrating from beta 1 to beta 2     
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In this article you will see how ADO.NET has changed from Beta 1 to Beta 2 to make migrating existing code an easier process. Specifically. If you didn't get a chance to work with ADO.NET in Beta 1 but have "classic" ADO experience, you'll be happy to know that many classes found in ADO are also found in ADO.NET. However, ADO.NET introduces several new classes that allow shortcomings found in "classic" ADO to be overcome such as referencing multiple data sources, managing hierarchical data.....

Displaying Data in a ListBox Web Control     
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This simple sample example shows you how to show a column dable in a ListBox control. I 've used norhtwind.mdb Access 2000 database comes with Office 2000. ListBox is generally used to display one or multiple columns. In this sample example, I'd show the contents of "FirstName" column of "Employees" table....



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