This book looks at how we can create data-centric asp.NET applications. Written and organised in the classic Wrox Beginning style, this book is packed full of excellent code examples, which demonstrate important fundamental principles. Requiring some basic knowledge of ASP.NET and Access or a SQL-based RDBMS, the authors initially guide you through the processes involved in connecting ASP.NET pages to a database and investigate the various ways of reading data. They then explore all the major issues involved in data heavy asp.NET programming, including some slightly more advanced topics such as using stored procedures and components. All of the material in beginning asp.NET Databases is real-world useful, and the multitude of examples ensure that you are in the driving seat on your way to becoming a succesful ASP.NET programmer.NET connection objects, 74 DataSource property, ASP.NET controls, 100, 127 DataGrid controls, 95-96 DataSource ... NET OataColuam class, 152 DataValueField property, DropDownList controls, 192 DataValueField property, ListBox ... T-SQL, 287-90, 293-94 stored procedures, ... 73 F fields, databases, 31 auto-increment fields, 198 identity fields, 46 mandatory fields, 199-200 Fill method, AD0.
|Title||:||Beginning ASP.NET databases using C#|
|Author||:||Jesudas Chinnathampi, John Kauffman, Fabio Claudio Ferracchiati, Brian Matsik, Kent Tegels, Jan Narkewicz, Eric Mintz|
|Publisher||:||Wrox Press - 2002|