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Overview of ADO.NET Disconnected Classes
Sample chapter: “Overview of ADO.NET Disconnected Classes,” from Programming Microsoft ADO.NET 2.0 Applications: Advanced Topics, by Glenn Johnson (November 2005). Discusses getting started with the DataTable object, adding DataColumn objects to create a schema, creating primary key columns, creating DataRow objects to hold data, adding data to the DataTable, and viewing the state of the DataRow object using DataRowState.
Overview of ADO.NET
"Overview of ADO.NET," from the Microsoft .NET Framework Developer's Guide. Discusses the ADO.NET DataSet, design goals for ADO.NET, the ADO.NET architecture, .NET framework data providers, writing common code for .NET framework data providers, the ADO.NET sample application, side-by-side execution and ADO.NET, and accessing data with ADO.NET.
ADO .NET Architecture
Article: "ADO .NET Architecture," from Discusses what ADO.NET is, the evolution of ADO.NET, why ADO.NET?, the ADO.NET data architecture, DataSet, the data provider, component classes that make up the data providers, the connection object, the DataReader object, and the DataAdapter object.
ADO.NET Definitions and Examples
“ADO.NET Definitions and Examples,” from Data Direct. This directory contains a listing of terminology and definitions, descriptions and examples of application development within the Microsoft .NET Framework. Topics include .NET architecture, common language runtime (CLR), Microsoft .NET Framework, namespace, web services, ADO.NET, managed code, web forms, XML web services and more.
Introduction to ADO.NET
Tutorial: "Introduction to ADO.NET," by Dimitrios Markatos. Discusses namespaces, the connection, the DataReader, command object methods (ExecuteReader, ExecuteNonQuery, ExecuteScalar, ExecuteXmlReader, Prepare, and Dispose), DataReader methods (Read, HasRows, IsClosed, NextResult and Close), Datareader object command behaviors (SingleResult, SingleRow, SequentialAccess and CloseConnection), the completed DataReader, stored procedure, stored procedures and alternative method, the DataSet, working with DataSets, and displaying the data.
ADO.NET Definition
Definition of ADO.NET from Wikipedia. Discusses what ADO.NET is, the architecture, the data provider, DataSets, ADO.NET and Visual Studio .NET, and the entity framework.
ADO.NET Solution Center;en-us;adonet
The Microsoft ADO.NET Solution Center. Resources include highlights and top issues, step-by-step how to articles, downloads, updates, utilities, code samples, webcasts, and related websites.
Roadmap for ADO.NET
Article: "Roadmap for ADO.NET DataSet, DataView, and DataViewmanager Objects," from Microsoft. Discusses the DataSet, the DataTable, the DataColumn, the DataRow, the DataRelation, the ExtendedProperties, the DataView, the DataViewManager and troubleshooting.
Overview of ADO.NET
Sample chapter: “Overview of ADO.NET,” from Programming Microsoft ADO.NET 2.0 Core Reference, by David Sceppa (August 2006). Discusses why no new object model?, the ADO.NET object model, .NET data providers, namespaces, and why use separate classes in libraries? (such as better performance, greater extensibility, and proliferation).
An Introduction to Database Programming
Sample chapter: “An Introduction to Database Programming,” from Murach’s ADO.NET 2.0 Database Programming with VB 2005, by Anne Boehm (August 2007). Discusses an introduction to client/server systems, the hardware components of a client/server system, the three hardware components of a client/server system, client/server systems implementations, the software components of a client/server system, client software, server software and the SQL interface; client/server vs. file handling systems, and other client/server system architectures.
An Introduction to ADO.NET
Sample chapter: “An Introduction to ADO.NET,” from Pro ADO.NET 2.0, by Sahil Malik (September 2005). Discusses what ADO.NET is, what is wrong with ADO, important objects in ADO.NET, connected objects and disconnected objects.

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