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.

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