In languages of the 90’s, ADO (ActiveX Data Objects) was the most common data access method used for client/server projects. For the .NET Framework, ADO, called ADO.NET, has been redesigned and extended for distributed Internet use. It is the primary data access strategy for C# and Visual Basic and uses the same methods for local, client/server or Internet access.
In this course, students fully discuss and use the ADO.NET model. Topics include understanding ADO.NET, managed providers, understanding and using DataSets and accessing XML through ADO.NET. Code is provided in C# and Visual Basic.
- Understand ADO.NET objects and their functions
- Learn to use the Visual Studio .NET data designers and data bindings
- Understand the structure of a DataSet and how to use it in an application
- Create and sort DataViews
- Create applications using ADO.NET
- Learn to access XML through ADO.NET
Duration & Format
2 days (12 hours)
This course can be conducted at your location or in our Midwest training lab (12140 Woodcrest Executive Drive; St. Louis, MO. 63141).
- Using ADO.NET
- Exception Handing through ADO.NET
- Accessing XML through ADO.NET
Intermediate C#/.NET Programming, or equivalent experience.
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