ADO.NET Programming in Visual Basic .NET By Steve Holzner, Bob Howell
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Chapter 3. Visual Basic .NET Database Tools
We covered much ground so far. We have gotten familiar enough with the Visual Studio IDE to create projects and compile and run them. We looked into the Server Explorer and learned how to manage an MSDE or SQL Server database from within the IDE. We now have enough background to begin looking at the ADO .NET tools in detail. In the next chapter, we will take an in-depth tour of the ADO .NET class library.