Disconnected Data Access Architecture Using ADO.NET Framework

International Journal of Applied Engineering and Management Letters (IJAEML), 1(2), 10-16

7 Pages Posted: 12 Sep 2017

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P. S. Aithal

Srinivas Institute of Management Studies

Vaikunth Pai T

Srinivas Institute of Management Studies

Date Written: September 8, 2017

Abstract

A significant aspect of any software application is the creation, storage, processing, transmission, and access to data. ADO.NET is the data access component for the .NET Framework of the Microsoft. This component used by .NET products to communicate with a database for recording, fetching, and updating data and also to support all type of databases. It has collections of classes, interfaces, and structures for managing the data access from different databases. ADO.NET bridges the .NET application and database communication through XML to exchange data and add many new program interfaces to access the database. This paper introduces the structure, feature and inbuilt object of the ADO.NET technology and analysis database access technique of the ADO.NET. The paper also analyses the method of the ADO.NET connection with various types of database.

Keywords: .NET Framework, ADO.NET, Data Adapter, Data Command, Data Reader, Data Provider, DataSet, ADO.NET object model, Namespaces in ADO.NET.

Suggested Citation

Aithal, P. S. and Pai T, Vaikunth, Disconnected Data Access Architecture Using ADO.NET Framework (September 8, 2017). International Journal of Applied Engineering and Management Letters (IJAEML), 1(2), 10-16. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3034347

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Vaikunth Pai T

Srinivas Institute of Management Studies ( email )

Srinivas Campus, Mangaladevi Road
Pandeshwar
Mangalore, 575001
India

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