Chapter 3. Connecting to Your Database

Part of building a database application requires that you connect to your data source and manage that connection. In the ADO.NET object model, a Connection object represents a connection to your data source. Connection objects also serve as a starting point for creating queries and transactions.

This chapter will serve as your guide to using Connection objects by explaining the major features ...

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