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This is the web site of FunctionX dedicated to the Structured Query Language (SQL). After many hesitations, we found some time to write or update it. As somebody suggested, we opted to use Microsoft SQL Server Database Engine (MSDE). It is a very wonderful, powerful, and free database engine.

 

While this site is still under construction, we will strive to find time to add materials to it. Meanwhile, we hope you will find this site helpful.


Lessons Summary

SQL Startup
SQL Operators and Operands (SELECT)
Variables and Data Types (DECLARE, SELECT, SET)
Introduction to Databases (CREATE, USE, DROP)
Database Tables (CREATE, RENAME, DROP TABLE)
Tables Columns (ALTER TABLE, ADD COLUMN, DROP)
Data Entry (INSERT, INTO)
Data Analysis (SELECT, FROM, ORDER BY)
Filtering Records (SELECT, FROM, WHERE)
Records Maintenance (UPDATE/DELETE)
Data Relationships (PRIMARY KEY/FOREIGN KEY)
 
A Windows Application Using an MSDE Database

By using the MySQL Connector/Net, you can create .NET Framework databases that connect to a MySQL database. This means that you have all the advantages of using ADO.NET.

This is FunctionX support site of .NET database applications created using MySQL.

Lessons Languages
ADO.NET With MySQL C# VB.NET VC.NET
Connection to Server C#   VC.NET
Introduction to SQL C#   VC.NET
Database Creation C# VC.NET
Database Tables     VC.NET
Tables Columns     VC.NET

Posted on Tuesday 28 June 2005    

 

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