Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Friday, May 15, 2015

The .NET Framework uses ADO.NET to access databases. ADO.NET is a set of managed classes within the .NET Framework. It operates on a disconnected data access model. When an application requests data a new database connection is created and destroyed when the request is completed. A disconnected data access model is frugal with resources, which is desirable. One important advantage of ADO.NET is that information is stored and transferred in XML.

ADO.NET allows access to many different databases. There are two basic types of connections. SQLClient is used for  Microsoft’s SQL Server and OLEDB is used for all other database formats.

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