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Goal of the Book[/b]
This book provides a hands-on approach to learning ADO.NET, the data access
model provided by the .NET Framework.The book is aimed at readers with programming
knowledge of ADO, Visual Basic, and Microsoft SQL Server. These
readers are assumed to be experienced application developers who have knowledge
of RDBMS, XML documents, stylesheets, schemas, and distributed application
The book starts with a few overview chapters that cover the key concepts of
ADO.NET. These chapters act as an information store for readers and provide a
concrete explanation of important concepts. The main part of the book revolves
around professional project and implimentations. These multiple project and implimentations are based on real-life situations
and guide readers in implementing their learning of specific subject areas in
practical scenarios. The project and implimentations range from a simple project and implimentation that shows how to
create a data access application to complex project and implimentations that involve creating an XML
Web service. These project and implimentations help readers to accomplish their goals by understanding
the practical and real-life applications of ADO.NET.
In addition to the overview chapters and the professional project and implimentations, this book
includes another section: Appendices.This section acts as a quick reference to the
.NET Framework and Visual Basic.NET.
How to Use this Book
This book has been organized to facilitate a mastery of content covered in the
book. The various conventions used in the book include the following:
◆ Analysis. The book incorporates an analysis of code, explaining what it
does and why, line by line.
◆ Tips. Tips are used to provide special advice or unusual shortcuts.
◆ Notes. Notes give additional information that may be of interest to the
reader but that is not essential to performing the task at hand.
◆ Cautions. Cautions are used to warn users of possible disastrous results
if they perform a task incorrectly.
◆ New term definitions. All new terms have been italicized and then
defined as a part of the text.