Database Programming with C#
Database Programming with C# takes developers through all the data access aspects of Visual Studio.NET with example code in C#, including how to create the various database details, such as tables, constraints, projects, stored procedures, views, triggers, and more. Carsten Thomsen shows readers how to do this from within the Visual Studio.NET IDE, as well as programmatically where possible. Readers will build on example code from the beginning of the book that will wrap up in the final chapter. The example application is a complete user management system that includes SQL Server, Active Directory, and Message Queuing.
The example code includes how to connect to and manipulate data in MySQL 3.23.45 or later, Oracle 8i or later, Microsoft Access 2000 or later, and SQL Server. Readers connecting to SQL Server 2000 will find information on the SQLXML 2.0 plug-in for manipulating SQL Server data using XML from managed code or using HTTP. Exchange Server 2000 connection and data manipulation are also covered with original working code.
Database Programming with C# is the ultimate resource for developers who need to master database programming in C#.
About the Author
Carsten Thomsen is a Microsoft MVP, recognition he first received in August 1999. He lives in his native Denmark and currently holds the MCSE and MCSD Microsoft certifications. Carsten has been programming in Visual Basic for almost 10 years and he specializes in data access. However, with the advent of VB.NET and more importantly VS.NET, he has focused on two programming languages, C# and VB.NET and data access from these two programming languages.
Step-by-step coverage of everything you ever wanted to know about ADO.NET Covers relational databases, Active Directory (LDAP) access, Message Queuing, and server-side processing (stored procedures, views and triggers) Discusses all developers need to get started with data access in C#