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ASP.NET 2.0 Unleashed by Stephen Walther

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Chapter 16. Building Data Access Components

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Connected Data Access

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Disconnected Data Access

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Executing Asynchronous Database Commands

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Building Database Objects with the .NET Framework

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Summary

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In the previous chapter, you learned how to use the ObjectDataSource control to bind data controls—such as the GridView or DetailsView controls—to a data access component. In this chapter, we shift focus from the ObjectDataSource control to the topic of building data access components.

This chapter provides you with an overview of ADO.NET. ADO.NET is the main set of classes included in the .NET Framework ...

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