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Beginning VB.NET Database Programming

by: Matthew Reynolds, Denise Gosnell, Bill Forgey

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On-line Price: TBApackage, 695

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Publisher: WROX PRESS,December 2001

Category: VB.NET Level: I/A

ISBN: 1861005555
ISBN13: 9781861005557

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What does this book cover?

      The basic principles of relational database design

  Microsoft SQL Server Desktop Engine

  Querying the database with the T-SQL language

  Visual Studio .NET and the Server Explorer

  ADO.NET and the DataSet

  Data binding, updating the database, and conflict resolution

  XML's role in ADO.NET

  Accessing data with ASP.NET and Web Services

  Book overview

  Almost all applications have to deal with data access in some way or another. This book will teach you how to build Visual Basic .NET applications that make effective use of databases. Visual Basic .NET is the latest version of the most widely used programming language in the world, popular with professional developers and beginners alike.

  Starting with a guide to the basic principles of database design, we then examine how to query databases and how to access their data - both in Windows applications and remotely using the Internet and Web Services. Every new concept is explained thoroughly with Try It Out examples, plenty of code samples, and end-of-chapter questions to test you.

  Who is this book for?

  This book is aimed at people who already have some limited experience with the language, and are now ready to start programming database applications.


Chapter 1: Relational Database Design

Chapter 2: SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine

Chapter 3: Querying the Database

Chapter 4: Exploring the Server Explorer

Chapter 5: A User Interface for the Database

Chapter 6: ADO.NET

Chapter 7: Reading Data into the DataSet

Chapter 8: Data Binding

Chapter 9: Updating the DataSet and Handling Errors

Chapter 10: Conflict Resolution

Chapter 11: ASP.NET

Chapter 12: ADO.NET and XML

Chapter 13: Web Services

Chapter 14: Disconnected Data

Case Study: B2B Application Integration using XML