Chapter 9. Using the SqlDataSource Control

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Creating Database Connections

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Executing Database Commands

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Using ASP.NET Parameters with the SqlDataSource Control

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Programmatically Executing SqlDataSource Commands

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Caching Database Data with the SqlDataSource Control

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Summary

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The SqlDataSource control enables you to quickly and easily represent a SQL database in a web page. In many cases, you can take advantage of the SqlDataSource control to write a database-driven web page without writing a single line of code.

You use the SqlDataSource control to represent a connection ...

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