$20.99, 450 pages, 2002
If you think ADO.NET is just the next version of ADO, you're in for a shock!
ADO.NET introduces a host of new database objects: DataSet, DataTable, DataView, two kinds of data adapters, and many more.
Even the data access paradigm has changed. While experience with ADO will help, there's a lot to learn.
|A book for programmers, not idiots and dummies|
This book doesn't assume you know anything about building databases in Visual Basic, but it is not a book for morons.
It explains the newest database technology in detail so you can get real-world database applications up and
running quickly. The book's chapters cover a wide range of new database topics including:
- Types of databases
- Database design
- Database security
- The new family of database classes
- Database connections
- XML databases
- Bound controls
- Multi-user programming issues
- Useful MSDE/SQL Server stored procedures
- Useful SQL commands