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Essential ADO.NET by Bob Beauchemin

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9.1. ADO.NET Migration Paths

ADO.NET is part of the new .NET framework, and it is likely that most new programs from a certain point in your company's history will be written to use .NET. If you're a programmer of data consumer programs, you have choices that are analogous to those who write data providers (see Chapter 8). Your choices are as follows:

  • Continue to use your existing data access API while migrating your programs to use the rest of the .NET framework classes.

  • Convert your data access to ADO.NET as you convert the rest of the program.

Although conversion to ADO.NET is most likely, ADO.NET currently provides only the most-used subset of data access functionality. Some functionality, such as server cursors and in-place resultset updating, ...

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