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Answer / mithun
ADO.NET provides access to data sources such as SQL. The application can use ado.net to connect to data sources to retrieve, manipulate and update data.
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Answer / s.balakrishna
ado.net is collection of managed providers that provides
communication to the application with the datasources.
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Answer / archana
ADO.net means Activex Data Object.
ADO.net provides the activ coonectivity with the database
at runtime. We can do the operations which are related to
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Answer / rajesh
It is a part of the base class library that is included
with the Microsoft .NET Framework. It is commonly used by
programmers to access and modify data stored in relational
database systems, though it can also access data in non-
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Answer / narra.rajeevreddy
ado.net is one of the nativedriver in .net.
ado.net is the set of classes that expose data access
service to .net programmer
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Answer / neha
ADO.NET is the technology that is used to access the
database from the .NET platform.
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what is meant by connection pooling and event pumbling in ado.net
What are the advantages of ado.net?
What is ado data control?
What is the use of parameter object?
What is ado code?
Call a stored procedure from ado.net and pass parameter to it ?
What is difference between connected and disconnected architecture in ado.net?
What is the difference between executenonquery () and executescalar ()?
List the 4 common ado.net namespaces?
What is the use of connection object in ado.net?
Does executenonquery return a value?
What is meant by ‘transaction’ in a database and what are the ‘properties of transaction’?