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My Previous articles discussed about the new features that was packed in ADO.Net 2.0. In this article, we will understand how to implement asynchronous operation in ado.net. Using this feature, we can execute bulk database operations asynchronously against a database.
The Part IV of this article series - ADO.Net 2.0 Features, will help us understanding 2 more new features that are packed with ADO.Net 2.0, Connection Statistics and TransactionScope Object.
The Part III of this article series - ADO.Net 2.0 Features, will help us understanding 2 more new features that are packed with ADO.Net 2.0, MARS and Generic Data Access.
The Part 2 of this article will help us understanding ToTable() method that was introduced newly in .Netframework 2.0. It creates and returns a new DataTable based on rows in an existing DataView. Read more on this article.
. In this series of article, we will understand some of the new classes and features that the 2.0 framework provides for the developers. This part we will understand DataTableReader Object and SqlBulkCopy object in detail.
ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) was originally designed as a simple and relatively lightweight COM based database API for use with Active Server Pages (ASP) on Internet Information Server (IIS).
ADO is the most popular and well-known of Microsoft’s Data Access API’s. ADO is, like OLEDB, a COM object model for accessing, retrieving and updating data.
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