ADO.NET Programmer's Reference

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Wrox Press, 2001 - Computers - 951 pages
If .NET figures prominently in your company's future development plans, then chances are ADO.NET will, too. ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) is an API, which lets programmers writing Windows applications get access to a database from a database provider. ADO.NET combines ADO's ease of use with OLEDB's power and wide-ranging flexibility, and its XML-based architecture makes it the perfect choice for driving data-aware applications on the World Wide Web.
-- First dedicated comprehensive ADO.NET reference tool for the professional developer
-- Perfect companion to Wrox's other .NET publications, including Professional ASP.NET
-- Builds on the success of previous ADO Programmer's References

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Contents

Introduction
1
What Is AD0 NET?
7
The AD0 NET Object Model
31
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

-->Jeffrey Hasan--> is the president of Bluestone Partners, Inc., a software development and consulting company based in Orange County, California. His company provides architectural design and software development services to businesses that implement advanced Microsoft technologies. Jeff is an experienced architect and .NET developer, and is the coauthor of several books and articles on .NET technology, including "Performance Tuning and Optimizing ASP.NET Applications" (Apress, 2003). Jeff has a master's degree from Duke University and is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD). When he is not working, Jeff likes to play guitar, mountain bike, and travel to far-flung corners of the world. His travels have taken him from southern Spain to Monterrey, Mexico, and on to Quebec, with a few stops in between.

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