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Andy Wigley; Peter Roxburgh

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Chapter 11: Accessing Data


Overview


Chapter 6, certain mobile Web Forms controls—such as the SelectionList, List, and ObjectList controls—can be data bound to a structured data source. This data source can be either one of the Microsoft .NET Framework collection classes, such as an ArrayList, or a Microsoft ADO.NET System.Data.DataSet or System.Data.DataTable.

ADO.NET is the latest generation of Microsoft data access technologies. It's not a replacement for Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects (ADO), the application programming interface familiar to many Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0 developers; ADO remains available for use alongside ADO.NET. Instead, ADO.NET provides a similar API, supporting data access in a way that's most appropriate for .NET Web-based applications.

In the previous chapter, you were introduced to ASP.NET's data binding syntax, and in this chapter we'll explore its use in more details. We'll also introduce you to ADO.NET programming and show you which Visual Studio .NET tools you can use to work with databases and datasets.

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