Now, let’s create a simple Windows application that will let us interact with data in a database.
Launch Visual Studio, and use the Visual Studio menu (File | New | Project) to create a new project. Using the resulting dialog box, create a new Windows Application project, as shown in Figure 2-1. This chapter will assume the project is named Chapter02, but you can name your project whatever you’d like.
Figure 2-1. Creating a new Windows Application project
Now that we have a new project, let’s start using the Visual Studio design-time data-access features to start building our project. ...