Chapter 6. The Database Control

Many Web services act as a front end to a database. That is, some Web services simply act as a means to store data in the database and to retrieve it. Other Web services use a database as part of the overall application functionality. In these cases, the database can contain vital application data, but the Web service provides data validation and additional business logic. Because database operations are very common and often tedious, Workshop provides a database control that handles the tedious parts.

Creating a Database Control

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