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Mastering C# and .NET Framework by Marino Posadas

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Chapter 6. SQL Database Programming

This chapter deals with access to databases built according to the principles of the relational model, which—generally speaking—we refer to as SQL databases due to the language used to manipulate their data. In the next chapter, we will take a look at the emerging noSQL database model.

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Note that we will not go in depth about data access here. This will just be a quick review of the most common possibilities you have in order to access database systems build according to the relational model.

Here, we will quickly review the rules and foundations of the relational model (schemas, Normal Form Rules, and so on) before getting into SQL Server 2014, the database management system (DBMS) that I'll use in this chapter. ...

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