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ITC106 ADO.NET Using C#  three day, concentrated course educates the fundamental components of ADO.NET to such an extent that, toward the finish of the course, the software engineer can use its huge database control forces to manufacture successful database applications. ITC106 ADO.NET Using C#  three day, escalated course educates the basic components of ADO.NET with the end goal that, toward the finish of the course, the software engineer can use its enormous database control forces to fabricate viable database applications. The course incorporates a noteworthy contextual investigation showing the utilization of ADO.NET in a reasonable setting. It is present to .NET 4.7, Visual Studio® 2015 and SQL Server® 2014.

ITC106 ADO.NET Using C# Description

The course opens with a diagram of ADO.NET and its connection to past Microsoft information get to advances. It incorporates a talk of ADO.NET engineering, principle interfaces and classes, and programming with both the associated and disengaged models. The database for the contextual investigation is presented. The following two sections cover in detail Connection and Command objects, which are fundamental in both associated and separated database get to situations. The accompanying part covers DataReaders, which give a quick, forward-just perusing ability. Programming with DataReaders looks to some extent like programming with the vintage recordset question. At that point the course concentrates on the foundation of ADO.NET: DataSet and its related classes, for example, DataAdapter, DataTable, DataRow, DataColumn, DataRelation, TableMappings and ColumnMappings. DataSet can deal with various tables while staying disengaged. It is famously suited for building very versatile applications for the Web. The cozy connection amongst ADO.NET and XML is shrouded in detail. Exchanges and simultaneousness are secured. Extra elements of ADO.NET are secured, including nonconcurrent operations, numerous dynamic outcome sets and mass duplicate. The last section covers Language Integrated Query (LINQ) and Microsoft's Entity Framework.