C# 2010 Coding Briefs Data Access

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eBookIt.com, 2011 - Computers - 44 pages
In today's high-tech, information driven world, the security of personal data is vital. We have all heard the horror stories of personal data being compromised from companies, both large and small.
The data access framework that we will develop in Coding Briefs will allow us to create datasets, execute queries, and select data in a secure, managed process.
This framework will provide a solid foundation for managing secure data access through stored procedures, allowing us to select, insert, update, and delete records from a SQL Server database. We will have access to parameterized queries and will develop an automated process for discovering stored procedure parameters.
The major areas that we will address in this brief are as follows:
-Discussing the Data Access Framework (DAL)
-Importing Libraries and Declaring Values
-Managing the Database Connections
-Selecting Records
-Manipulating Data
-Preparing the Select and Execute Methods
-Working with Parameters
-Testing the Data Access Framework
And, as a bonus, two complete sample applications have been added; one for Windows, and one in ASP .Net, that will test all of the features on the data access framework.
 

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Contents

The Audience for Coding Briefs
Defining the Sample Projects
Investigating the Windows Sample Application
Copyright

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Kevin Hough heads the Project Management Office and the Software Engineering department at Trans-Trade, Inc in Dallas, TX, USA.He has been developing enterprise level software since 1983 and has specialized in Microsoft technologies since 1990. Currently, he is developing with Visual Basic, C#, SQL Server, Silverlight, and DotNetNuke.Kevin has designed and developed large scale commercial applications and Web sites for corporations including EXXON, Pennzoil, Compaq, Shell, and Texaco, as well as for leading universities, including Harvard, Stanford, and Rice. You can reach Kevin at kevinh@runtimepublishing.com.

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