ADO.NET
ADO.NET introduced as a part of .NET 1.0, is an API (set of classes) that is used to connect and access various data sources including XML, flat files, relational databases, and more. Here you may find ADO.NET related articles and news.

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  • Manas Mohapatra

    Entity Framework data validation

    This link provides how to validate Entity Framework data validation in different ways.
    Manas Mohapatra Jul 13, 2015
  • Avinash Vajpayee

    Connection Pooling

    Connection pooling significantly reduces the overhead associated with creating and destroying database connections.
    Avinash Vajpayee Jun 25, 2015
  • Manoj Bhoir

    The Connection Strings Reference

    ConnectionStrings.com help developers connect software to data
    Manoj Bhoir Apr 17, 2015
  • Ramsis

    Get connection string of any Database

    You find here any connectionString you will be in need.
    Ramsis Jul 18, 2013
  • Mahesh Chand

    Download ADO.NET Entity Framework 4

    ADO.NET Entity Framework provides a strongly-typed LINQ data access experience over relational databases, including direct, efficient access to SQL Server.
    Mahesh Chand Apr 01, 2011
  • Mahesh Chand

    What's New in ADO.NET 4.0

    The Entity Framework decreases the amount of coding and maintenance required for data-driven applications by enabling you to program against data models defined in terms of entities and relationshi...
    Mahesh Chand May 14, 2010
  • Mahesh Chand

    SQL Server Connection String in ADO.NET

    Understand connection string and its members. The ConnectionString property of SqlConnection represents a connection string.
    Mahesh Chand Aug 13, 2009
  • Praveen Moosad

    ADO.NET: Generate XML with data from SQL Server

    This sample illustrates how to produce XML from SQL Server using two different techniques.
    Praveen Moosad Feb 20, 2007
  • Mahesh Chand

    ADO.NET: Use Database Transactions

    Database transactions are used to control data commitment to databases. For example, in standard account procedures, it is necessary to debit one account and credit another at the same time.
    Mahesh Chand Feb 08, 2007
  • Mahesh Chand

    ADO.NET: Handle Errors

    In addition to Try/Catch and exceptions, the new ADO.NET data architecture allows you to add error messages to each row of Data in a DataSet. SqlDataAdapters attach error messages to Rows if update...
    Mahesh Chand Feb 08, 2007
  • Mahesh Chand

    ADO.NET: Work with Relational Data

    A DataSet can contain either unrelated tables or related tables. You can think of a DataSet as a document of data. In fact, an XML data document is like this, except it is based on a hierarchical p...
    Mahesh Chand Feb 08, 2007
  • Mahesh Chand

    ADO.NET: Work with Typed Data

    ADO classic code provides late-bound access to values within its recordset through weakly typed variables. ADO.NET code enables you to access the data held in the DataSet through a "strongly typed"...
    Mahesh Chand Feb 08, 2007
  • Mahesh Chand

    ADO.NET: Filter Data

    There are many ways to filter data. One way is to filter data at the database command level, using a where clause on your query. A second way is to filter the data after it is in the DataSet. This ...
    Mahesh Chand Feb 08, 2007
  • Mahesh Chand

    ADO.NET: Connection Pooling

    This sample illustrates how to construct a pool of connections to a datasource. You will want to do this to deploy high-performance applications. In this example the pool is established in the conn...
    Mahesh Chand Feb 08, 2007
  • Mahesh Chand

    ADO.NET: Generate XML with data from SQL Server

    This sample illustrates how to produce XML from SQL Server using two different techniques. The first uses the ExecuteXmlReader method of SqlCommand to get an XmlTextReader, which is then populated ...
    Mahesh Chand Feb 08, 2007
  • Mahesh Chand

    ADO.NET: Retrieve Data using OLE DB

    This sample illustrates how to read data from an OLE DB provider using the OleDbDataReader class. This class provides a way of reading a forward-only stream of data records from a data source.
    Mahesh Chand Feb 08, 2007
  • Mahesh Chand

    ADO.NET: Retrieve Data from SQL Server

    This sample illustrates how to read data from SQL Server using the SqlDataReader class.
    Mahesh Chand Feb 08, 2007
  • Mahesh Chand

    Convert an ADO Application to ADO.NET

    This is an example of an ADO application that has been ported to .NET without the original graphical interface.
    Mahesh Chand Feb 08, 2007
  • Mahesh Chand

    ADO.NET: Execute a Command

    To issue a command against a database, the Command object must have two basic things: a Connection and CommandText, both of which can be set in the constructor.
    Mahesh Chand Feb 04, 2007
  • Mahesh Chand

    ADO.NET: Get Out Parameters from a Stored Procedure

    Some stored procedures return values through parameters. When a parameter in a SQL statement or stored procedure is declared as "out", the value of the parameter is returned back to the caller; the...
    Mahesh Chand Feb 04, 2007
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