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Topic: ADO.NET

ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) enables client-side applications to access and manipulate data from a database server through an OLE DB provider.

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Transparent Database Access with ADO.NET (Windows DevCenter)
The dream of transparent data access is to not have to care about where the data is coming from; you have more important things to worry about, like providing a nice user interface and getting the business logic right on time. Ideally, it should not matter whether the data is coming from SQL Server, Oracle, Outlook, or anywhere else useful data may be stored. This article by Nick Harrison explains how to achieve this nirvana in .NET.


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ADO.NET Reference
ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) enables your client applications to access and manipulate data from a database server through an OLE DB provider. ADO supports key features for building client/server and Web-based applications [Source: MSDN]



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