ASP.NET Data Access
ADO.NET, a data access technology from Microsoft's .NET Framework, enables the seamless integration of data access into ASP.NET applications. It serves as a crucial bridge connecting relational and non-relational systems, utilizing a comprehensive array of components that facilitate efficient communication between these systems. Additionally, ADO.NET boasts a robust suite of data handling and data binding functionalities, catering to the manipulation of various types of data.
The .NET Framework, encompassing a wide range of tools and resources, features three primary Data Providers for ADO.NET:
- Microsoft SQL Server
These Data Providers act as essential conduits within the .NET Framework, enabling efficient data retrieval and manipulation across different systems.
At the heart of ADO.NET lie two pivotal components: Data Providers and DataSet. The Data Providers facilitate seamless communication between the application and the underlying data source, ensuring the smooth flow of data retrieval and manipulation. On the other hand, the DataSet serves as a powerful container that houses data retrieved from the data source, providing a versatile means for working with and manipulating this data.
To explore into the intricacies of each ADO.NET component, subsequent chapters will delve into detailed exploration and comprehensive study of these vital components.