|Table of Contents|
|ADO .NET Programming|
|Aims and Objectives|
|Part I - Introduction to ADO .NET|
|Chapter 1||-||Growing up from ADO|
|Part II - ADO .NET Revealed|
|Chapter 2||-||Interacting with Databases|
|Chapter 3||-||Data Manipulation|
|Chapter 4||-||Designing ADO .NET Applications|
|Chapter 5||-||XML Integration with ADO .NET|
|Chapter 6||-||Practical ADO .NET Programming (Part One)|
|Chapter 7||-||Practical ADO .NET Programming (Part Two)|
|Part III - Special Topics|
|Chapter 8||-||Migrating ADO Applications|
|Chapter 9||-||Manipulating Multidimensional Data|
|Part IV - Appendices|
|Appendix A||-||The Object-Oriented Features of VB .NET|
|Appendix B||-||Database Normalization|
|Appendix C||-||Views, Stored Procedures, and Triggers|
|Appendix D||-||Advanced SQL Query Techniques|
|About the CD|
|List of Figures|
|List of Tables|
|List of Listings|
This book provides a sophisticated reference to ADO .NET solution development using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. It is aimed at programmers with a working knowledge of the .NET Framework and VB .NET. A beginner’s knowledge of ADO .NET is not necessary, but it will provide an advantage. Much of the ADO .NET functionality is
The book will assume readers have experience and
OLE DB data access technologies
The .NET Framework
XML (Extensible Markup Language)
Visual Studio .NET
The book takes a specifically solutions-oriented approach, demonstrating at all levels how the product can be used to provide
Many readers will read the book in sequence, from cover to cover, in order to get up to speed and become familiar with the product as quickly as possible. Others will wish to dip in on individual chapters, even individual sections, effectively using the book as a reference volume. I aim to cater as much as possible to both groups; each chapter has clearly defined content that builds on previously discussed material but does not, in any way, rely on the material that
The content develops in a consistent, logical manner, which advances the “story” of the book; that is, just as the book as a whole has a direction and purpose, each chapter, even individual sections within a chapter, have a
Terrence J. Joubert and Ryan N. Payet
Wordware Publishing, Inc.
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Joubert, Terrence J.
ADO .NET programming / by Terrence J. Joubert and Ryan N. Payet.
ISBN 1-55622-965-8 (paperback)
1. Internet programming. 2. ActiveX. 3. Microsoft .NET. I. Payet, Ryan N. II. Title.
QA76.625 J69 2002
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