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Hour 9: Binding Data to List Controls     
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The focus of this chapter will be on the requirements, from the ADO.NET perspective, for binding data to various controls such asListControls andDataGrids. Data binding is necessary to link the Web or Windows form's UI controls to the data that is retrieved from a data source. When the control is activated or initiated, an underlying manager goes about initiating whatever was bound to the control (for example, a data retrieval using aSqlDataAdapter that fills aDataSet that is bound to aDataGrid)...

Creating (Non-Lame) Reports in Microsoft Access     
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Maybe you can't judge a book by its cover, but appearances do matter. Readers will reject even the most compelling information if they can't easily understand and digest it. In Access, you use reports to create attractive hard copy (usually meaning paper printouts) that can be quickly grasped and absorbed. Most of the design tools you use in a report you can also use in a form. As graphical media for conveying information, the two have much in common. But whereas reports are usually used to crea...

Typed DataSets in ADO.NET     
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Typed DataSets are a different animal than most of what we have discussed so far. They are not a set of classes in the framework, but instead, they are a set of generated classes that inherit directly from the DataSet family of classes. Figure 6.1 contains the class diagram from Chapter 5, which shows how the elements of the DataSet are related....

Effective Use of ADO.NET: Creating a Survey Application     
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This chapter talks about effectively using ADO.NET. I'll spend the first part of the chapter introducing ADO.NET, mostly how it relates to the SQL Server managed provider. In the second half of the chapter, I'll walk you through a Survey application that was built using ADO.NET, and which focuses on a number of best practices along with some recommended design patterns....

DataTable - Adding, Modifying, Deleting, Filtering, Sorting rows & Reading/Writing from/to Xml  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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In this article, I am going to explain how to Add, Modify, Delete, Sort, Filter rows of the DataTable and also loading data from xml and writing data into xml. I will also talk about writing/reading Schema of the DataTable....

DailyRollingFileAppender with maxBackupIndex  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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If you are trying to use the Apache Log4J DailyRollingFileAppender for a daily log file, you may need to want to specify the maximum number of files which should be kept. Just like rolling RollingFileAppender supports maxBackupIndex. But current version of Log4j (Apache log4j 1.2.16) does not provide any mechanism to delete old log files if you are using DailyRollingFileAppender. I tried to make small modifications in original version of DailyRollingFileAppender to add maxBackupIndex property....

iPod Data Recovery Software  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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iPod songs retrieval utility is an inexpensive, prominent tool for common iPod users that can easily restores and unerase lost music files, mp3 playlist, iTunes, photo, images, and digital pictures from iPod digital media player....

Moving from ADO to ADO.NET     
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This chapter introduces the concepts and class hierarchy of ADO.NET.Then it provides an overview of how to use your existing ADO code within your .NET application to bind data to controls and support ADO Recordsets with XML Web services. For the more adventurous among you, the last part of this chapter offers some guidance on how to migrate your existing ADO code
to ADO.NET....

Chapter 6: Data Manipulation with ADO.NET     
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With a foreword by Microsoft's Mark Anders, ASP.NET: Tips, Tutorials, and Code consists of 19 chapters written by seven of today's leading experts in ASP.NET. These authors are professional developers who create ASP.NET applications, teach, run well-known ASP.NET Web sites, either within or outside of Microsoft. The tutorial framework for each chapter includes:
A brief introduction, explaining the concept.A code example, illustrating the concept.A piece-by-piece explanation of the code....

Essential ADO.NET: XML and Data Access Integration     
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The DataSet class interoperates with XML schema and data. The XmlDataDocument combines XmlDocument and DataSet functionality....

Disconnected Data via ADO.NET and DataSets     
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The chapter begins with a section illustrating the basic terminology and classes specific to ADO.NET and disconnected data as well as the basics of constructing those objects and connecting to a data source. From there, you'll begin a section illustrating how to perform basic database operations (creating, reading, updating, and deleting of records). Included in that section are tips on handling the common issues of dealing with disconnected data and auto-increment primary keys, and how to speci...

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