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SQL Server Installation VC# VB.NET VC.NET
Connection to the Server VC# VB.NET VC.NET
Intro to SQL/ADO.NET VC# VB.NET VC.NET
Structure of a Table VC# VB.NET VC.NET
Data Entry VC# VB.NET VC.NET
Adapting to Data VC# VB.NET VC.NET
Data Analysis VC# VB.NET VC.NET
The Data Reader VC# VB.NET VC.NET
SQL Operators VC# VB.NET VC.NET
Data Relationships VC# VB.NET VC.NET
Data Joins VC# VB.NET VC.NET
Views VC.NET
 

OLE DB Lessons

Introduction VB.NET VC.NET
Structure of a Table VB.NET VC.NET
 

 

Lovelies

ADO.NET is a technique of developing computer databases using the Microsoft .NET Framework. It is meant to serve stand-alone computers, client/server scenarios at the enterprise level, and web applications. Its full support for security, XML, file processing, and ease of deployment makes it a very viable solution to creating powerful applications.

This is the FunctionX support site of ADO.NET, providing lessons and topics on how to use ADO.NET to develop various types of data and list-based applications.

Before databases in their formal concept of storage management, there were lists. You should know this.
Introduction to Lists: VB.NET | VC.NET
This is a review of the concept of list, how to create a basic normal list using the classes of the .NET Framework.
File-Based Databases: VB.NET | VC.NET
This is an introduction to databases with emphasis on list serialization, which allows you to save values to a medium.
The DataSet class is at the center of an ADO.NET database. This a review of its different parts.
Introduction VB.NET VC.NET
Tables of a Database VB.NET VC.NET
Columns of a Table VB.NET VC.NET
Data Relationships VB.NET VC.NET
 
Topics
Data entry using the DataRow class
SQL VB.NET VC# VC.NET
OLE DB VB.NET VC# VC.NET
 

 

College Park Auto-Shop VB.NET VC.NET

This is the same application described in our lessons. The difference is that, in this exercise, you don't have to go through the steps of the lessons.

The Music Store VB.NET VC.NET

This XML application demonstrates the process of creating a database from beginning to end, gradually adding the necessary objects such as tables and columns, before performing data entry.

 
 
 

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