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Programming Microsoft® ADO.NET 2.0 Core Reference, 2nd Edition by David Sceppa

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Isolating and Reintegrating Changes

Say that you’re building a multi-tiered application with a Microsoft Windows client user interface that accesses your database via a Web service. The Web service returns DataSet objects that contain the requested information to clients. The client application allows the user to modify the contents of the DataSet. After modifying the data, the user can click a button and the client will submit the changes to the database via the Web service. The simplest way to submit these changes is to send the DataSet back to the Web service and have the Web service use DataAdapter objects to submit the changes.

To get the best possible performance out of your application, you’ll want to make the best possible use of your bandwidth. ...

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