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Build Your Own ASP.NET 4 Web Site Using C# & VB, 4th Edition by Cristian Darie, Wyatt Barnett, Timmothy Posey

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Chapter 9ADO.NET

Through the preceding chapters, you’ve made major strides into the world of dynamic web development using ASP.NET. You’ve learned about interface development using web forms and web controls and about modeling and structuring your data within the framework of a database—you’ve even learned about the SQL language that’s used to access the data stored within your database. What you’re yet to learn is how to access that data through your web applications.

The next step is to learn how to access a database using VB or C# code. This, of course, is what we’ve been working towards from the beginning of our adventures in ASP.NET. The whole purpose of data store is to support an application. In our case, that application is the Dorknozzle ...

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