Beginning C# 2005 Databases

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 13, 2006 - Computers - 550 pages
  • Providing beginners with the basics of databases, database design, and SQL programming, this book shows novice programmers how to use C# and ADO.NET to manipulate data in databases
  • Includes hands-on examples, helpful tips, and real-world scenarios on accessing data from Windows applications, ASP.NET applications, and Web Services
  • The SQL provider for accessing SQL Server databases, ADO.NET, and the new .NET 2.0 features
  • Covers the fundamentals of accessing and manipulating data while giving a solid understanding of relational database design
  • Topics covered include modifying data, custom data binding, working with disconnected data, and much more
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Database Fundamentals
1
Chapter 2 Databases and C
35
Chapter 3 Viewing Data
69
Chapter 4 Modifying Data
113
Chapter 5 Databases and the Internet
149
Chapter 6 Accessing Databases Programmatically
193
Chapter 7 Views and Stored Procedures
241
Chapter 8 Custom Data Objects
291
Chapter 9 Transactions and Concurrency
335
Chapter 10 Working with Disconnected Data
375
Chapter 11 SQL Server CLR Integration
417
Appendix A Installation
457
Appendix B Database Installation
467
Appendix C Answers to Exercises
473
Index
483
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Karli Watson is a freelance writer, developer, and editor and also the technical director of 3form Ltd. (www.3form.net). He started out with the intention of becoming a world-famous nanotechnologist, so perhaps one day you might recognize his name as he receives a Nobel Prize. For now, however, Karli’s main academic interest is the .NET Framework and all the boxes of tricks it contains. Karli is also a snowboarding enthusiast, loves cooking, spends far too much time playing Anarchy Online, and wishes he had a cat. As yet, nobody has seen fit to publish Karli’s first novel, but the rejection letters make an attractive pile. If he ever puts anything up there, you can visit Karli online at www.karliwatson.com.

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