Ado.NET Programming in Visual Basic .NET

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Prentice Hall PTR, 2003 - Computers - 406 pages
ADO.NET Programming in Visual Basic .NET teaches all you'll need to know to make the most of ADO.NET - whether you're an experienced VB database programmer or not. Its realistic code examples and practical insights illuminate ADO.NET from its foundations to advanced data binding and application optimization. Coverage includes: VB.NET database programming tools, ADO.NET class libraries, data providers, DataSets, DataGrids, and more. Includes detailed Web services coverage, plus a complete case study application.

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Contents

Visual Basic NET Database Programming
2
An ADO NET Windows Form Program
11
Summary
26
Copyright

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

STEVE HOLZNER is Director of the Center for Increased Profits, in Ithaca, New York. Holzner has written over thirty books on PC and/or Windows programming topics. Over a million copies of his books have been sold, and they've been translated into twelve languages. Formerly a contributing editor for PC Magazine, he holds a Ph.D. from Cornell University.

BOB HOWELL has been a Visual Basic developer since VB 1. Prior to that he developed in COBOL on mainframe systems. He has done work for major corporations and developed several client/server and multi-tier applications using Microsoft technologies. These applications have ranged from document storage and retrieval to management reporting and distributed repair depot management systems. He is a master of GUI development in Visual Basic.

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