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Sample Chapter 10 from "Programming Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 with Microsoft Visual Basic® .NET". Chapter 1 introduces you to ADO.NET conceptually and shows you how to create a simple ADO.NET application using Visual Studio .NET graphical design tools. This chapter builds on the ADO.NET introduction in Chapter 1 and the intervening chapters that enhance your SQL Server and Visual Basic .NET skills. Think of this chapter as a "how to" guide for solutions to typical database problems with ADO.NET. The focus is on programming solutions for Windows applications. Chapter 11 delves into creating solutions with ASP.NET, and Chapter 12 puts the spotlight on XML issues as they relate to ADO.NET and SQL Server.

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