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Book Excerpt: Database Access with Visual Basic.NET, 3rd Edition

This book provides real-world solutions to the data-access issues VB.NET developers face every day and shares the authors' secrets for becoming a more effective database programmer using .NET technologies. Chapter 8 explains the use of Visual Studio Database Projects for managing SQL scripts.




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hether you are using WinForms, WebForms, or Web services, Database Access with Visual Basic.NET, Third Edition, is your practical guide to developing database applications with Visual Basic.NET and ADO.NET. The book begins by reviewing the fundamentals of database development, Structured Query Language (SQL), and Microsoft SQL Server 2000. It then examines how to use the major ADO.NET objects to access data stored in relational databases.

Through detailed examples, readers learn how to use properties and methods, as well as more advanced features and techniques. Extensive code listings in VB.NET illustrate each concept, while business cases apply concepts to real-world applications. The final chapters provide a solid examination of how XML and ASP.NET integrate with ADO.NET to create various types of database applications.

Key topic coverage includes:
  • SQL queries and commands
  • Using SQL Server 2000
  • ADO.NET objects
  • Advanced ADO.NET features and techniques
  • SQL Server and OLEDB, as well as ODBC .NET Data Providers
  • Using Visual Studio.NET Data Projects for managing SQL Scripts
  • Integrating XML with ADO.NET
  • Developing Web-based database applications with ASP.NET
  • Web services and middle-tier objects

  • Chapter 8: "Visual Studio.NET Database Projects" discusses creating a database project, database references, creating, changing, and running scripts, command files, and queries.

    Download the PDF of Chapter 8: "Visual Studio.NET Database Projects"

    Reproduced from Database Access with Visual Basic.NET, 3rd Edition by permission of Addison-Wesley. ISBN 0672323435, copyright 2003. All rights reserved.

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