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ADO.NET Cookbook
By Bill Hamilton
 
Publisher: O'Reilly
Pub Date: September 2003
ISBN: 0-596-00439-7
Pages: 624


   Copyright
   Preface
      Who This Book Is For
      What You Need to Use This Book
      How This Book Is Organized
      What Was Left Out
      Conventions Used in This Book
      About the Code
      Configuration Files
      Platform Notes
      Comments and Questions
      Acknowledgments
    Chapter 1.  Connecting to Data
      Introduction
      Recipe 1.1.  Connecting to an ODBC Data Source
      Recipe 1.2.  Connecting to a Microsoft Excel Workbook
      Recipe 1.3.  Connecting to a Password-Protected Access Database
      Recipe 1.4.  Connecting to a Secured Access Database
      Recipe 1.5.  Connecting to an Access Databasefrom ASP.NET
      Recipe 1.6.  Using an IP Address to Connect to SQL Server
      Recipe 1.7.  Connecting to a Named Instance of SQL Server or Microsoft Data Engine (MSDE)
      Recipe 1.8.  Connecting to SQL Server Using Integrated Security from ASP.NET
      Recipe 1.9.  Connecting to an Oracle Database
      Recipe 1.10.  Connecting to Exchange or Outlook
      Recipe 1.11.  Writing Database-Independent Code
      Recipe 1.12.  Storing Connection Strings
      Recipe 1.13.  Using the Data Link Properties Dialog Box
      Recipe 1.14.  Monitoring Connections
      Recipe 1.15.  Taking Advantage of Connection Pooling
      Recipe 1.16.  Setting Connection Pooling Options
      Recipe 1.17.  Using Transactions with Pooled Connections
      Recipe 1.18.  Changing the Database for an Open Connection
      Recipe 1.19.  Connecting to a Text File
    Chapter 2.  Retrieving and Managing Data
      Introduction
      Recipe 2.1.  Retrieving Hierarchical Data into a DataSet
      Recipe 2.2.  Building a DataSet Programmatically
      Recipe 2.3.  Creating a Strongly Typed DataSet
      Recipe 2.4.  Processing a Batch SQL Statement
      Recipe 2.5.  Using a Web Service as a Data Source
      Recipe 2.6.  Accessing Deleted Rows in a DataTable
      Recipe 2.7.  Counting Records in a DataReader
      Recipe 2.8.  Mapping .NET Data Provider Data Types to .NET Framework Data Types
      Recipe 2.9.  Returning an Output Parameter Using a DataReader
      Recipe 2.10.  Raising and Handling Stored Procedure Errors
      Recipe 2.11.  Testing for No Records
      Recipe 2.12.  Retrieving Stored Procedure Return Values Using a DataReader
      Recipe 2.13.  Executing SQL Server User-Defined Scalar Functions
      Recipe 2.14.  Passing Null Values to Parameters
      Recipe 2.15.  Retrieving Update Errors
      Recipe 2.16.  Mapping Table and Column Names Between the Data Source and DataSet
      Recipe 2.17.  Displaying Columns from a Related DataTable
      Recipe 2.18.  Controlling the Names Used in a Strongly Typed DataSet
      Recipe 2.19.  Replacing Null Values in a Strongly Typed DataSet
      Recipe 2.20.  Retrieving Data from an Oracle Package
      Recipe 2.21.  Using Parameterized SQL Statements
      Recipe 2.22.  Querying Data Asynchronously with Message Queuing
    Chapter 3.  Searching and Analyzing Data
      Introduction
      Recipe 3.1.  Filtering and Sorting Data
      Recipe 3.2.  Using Expression Columns to Display Calculated Values
      Recipe 3.3.  Determining the Differences in Data Between Two DataSet Objects
      Recipe 3.4.  Navigating Between Parent and Child Records Using a DataRelation
      Recipe 3.5.  Localizing Client-Side Data in a Web Forms Application
      Recipe 3.6.  Combining Data in Tables from Heterogeneous Data Sources
      Recipe 3.7.  Using Expression Columns to Display Aggregate Values
      Recipe 3.8.  Finding Rows in a DataTable
      Recipe 3.9.  Finding Rows in a DataView
      Recipe 3.10.  Selecting the Top n Rows in a DataTable
      Recipe 3.11.  Getting Typed DataRows from DataViews
      Recipe 3.12.  Filtering for Null Values
      Recipe 3.13.  Executing Queries That Use COMPUTE BY
      Recipe 3.14.  Using the Shape Language to Retrieve Hierarchical Data
    Chapter 4.  Adding and Modifying Data
      Introduction
      Recipe 4.1.  Using Auto-Incrementing Columns Without Causing Conflicts
      Recipe 4.2.  Getting an Identity Column Value from SQL Server
      Recipe 4.3.  Getting an AutoNumber Value from Microsoft Access
      Recipe 4.4.  Getting a Sequence Value from Oracle
      Recipe 4.5.  Adding Parent/Child Rows with Auto-Incrementing Keys
      Recipe 4.6.  Adding Records with a GUID Primary Key
      Recipe 4.7.  Updating a Data Source with Data from a Different Data Source
      Recipe 4.8.  Updating a Primary Key Value
      Recipe 4.9.  Getting Stored Procedure Parameter Information at Runtime
      Recipe 4.10.  Updating a DataSet with a Many-to-Many Relationship
      Recipe 4.11.  Updating Server Data Using a Web Service
      Recipe 4.12.  Updating Server Data Using .NET Remoting
      Recipe 4.13.  Updating Data Asynchronously Using Message Queuing
      Recipe 4.14.  Overcoming Keyword Conflicts When Using CommandBuilders
    Chapter 5.  Copying and Transferring Data
      Introduction
      Recipe 5.1.  Copying Rows from One DataTable to Another
      Recipe 5.2.  Copying Tables from One DataSet to Another
      Recipe 5.3.  Converting a DataReader to a DataSet
      Recipe 5.4.  Serializing Data
      Recipe 5.5.  Deserializing Data
      Recipe 5.6.  Merging Data
      Recipe 5.7.  Transmitting a DataSet Securely
      Recipe 5.8.  Transferring Login Credentials Securely
      Recipe 5.9.  Loading an ADO Recordset into a DataSet
      Recipe 5.10.  Converting a DataSet to an ADO Recordset
      Recipe 5.11.  Exporting the Results of a Query as a String
      Recipe 5.12.  Exporting the Results of a Query to an Array
    Chapter 6.  Maintaining Database Integrity
      Introduction
      Recipe 6.1.  Creating a Class That Participates in an Automatic Transaction
      Recipe 6.2.  Using Manual Transactions
      Recipe 6.3.  Nesting Manual Transactions with the SQL Server .NET Data Provider
      Recipe 6.4.  Using ADO.NET and SQL Server DBMS Transactions Together
      Recipe 6.5.  Using a Transaction with a DataAdapter
      Recipe 6.6.  Avoiding Referential Integrity Problems When Updating the Data Source
      Recipe 6.7.  Enforcing Business Rules with Column Expressions
      Recipe 6.8.  Creating Constraints, PrimaryKeys, Relationships Based on Multiple Columns
      Recipe 6.9.  Retrieving Constraints from a SQL Server Database
      Recipe 6.10.  Checking for Concurrency Violations
      Recipe 6.11.  Resolving Data Conflicts
      Recipe 6.12.  Using Transaction Isolation Levels to Protect Data
      Recipe 6.13.  Implementing Pessimistic Concurrency Without Using Database Locks
      Recipe 6.14.  Specifying Locking Hints in a SQL Server Database
    Chapter 7.  Binding Data to .NET User Interfaces
      Introduction
      Recipe 7.1.  Binding Simple Data to Web Forms Controls
      Recipe 7.2.  Binding Complex Data to Web Forms Controls
      Recipe 7.3.  Binding Data to a Web Forms DataList
      Recipe 7.4.  Binding Data to a Web Forms DataGrid
      Recipe 7.5.  Editing and Updating Data in a Web Forms DataGrid
      Recipe 7.6.  Synchronizing Master-Detail Web Forms DataGrids
      Recipe 7.7.  Displaying an Image from a Database in a Web Forms Control
      Recipe 7.8.  Displaying an Image from a Database in a Windows Forms Control
      Recipe 7.9.  Binding a Group of Radio Buttons in a Windows Form
      Recipe 7.10.  Creating Custom Columns in a Windows Forms DataGrid
      Recipe 7.11.  Populating a Windows Forms ComboBox
      Recipe 7.12.  Binding a Windows DataGrid to Master-Detail Data
      Recipe 7.13.  Loading a Windows PictureBox with Images Stored by Access as OLE Objects
      Recipe 7.14.  Using a DataView to Control Edits, Deletions, or Additions in Windows Forms
      Recipe 7.15.  Adding Search Capabilities to Windows Forms
      Recipe 7.16.  Dynamically Creating Crystal Reports
      Recipe 7.17.  Using ADO.NET Design-Time Features in Classes Without a GUI
    Chapter 8.  Working with XML
      Introduction
      Recipe 8.1.  Using XSD Schema Files to Load and Save a DataSet Structure
      Recipe 8.2.  Saving and Loading a DataSet from XML
      Recipe 8.3.  Synchronizing a DataSet with an XML Document
      Recipe 8..  Storing XML to a Database Field
      Recipe 8.5.  Reading XML Data Directly from SQL Server
      Recipe 8.6.  Using XPath to Query Data in a DataSet
      Recipe 8.7.  Transforming a DataSet Using XSLT
      Recipe 8.8.  Creating an XML File That Shows Changes Made to a DataSet
      Recipe 8.9.  Formatting Column Values When Outputting Data as XML
      Recipe 8.10.  Filling a DataSet Using an XML Template Query
      Recipe 8.11.  Using a Single Stored Procedure to Update Multiple Changes to a SQL Server Database
    Chapter 9.  Optimizing .NET Data Access
      Introduction
      Recipe 9.1.  Filling a DataSet Asynchronously
      Recipe 9.2.  Canceling an Asynchronous Query
      Recipe 9.3.  Caching Data
      Recipe 9.4.  Improving Paging Performance
      Recipe 9.5.  Performing a Bulk Insert with SQL Server
      Recipe 9.6.  Improving DataReader Performance with Typed Accessors
      Recipe 9.7.  Improving DataReader Performance with Column Ordinals
      Recipe 9.8.  Debugging a SQL Server Stored Procedure
      Recipe 9.9.  Improving Performance While Filling a DataSet
      Recipe 9.10.  Retrieving a Single Value from a Query
      Recipe 9.11.  Reading and Writing Binary Data with SQL Server
      Recipe 9.12.  Reading and Writing Binary Data with Oracle
      Recipe 9.13.  Performing Batch Updates with a DataAdapter
      Recipe 9.14.  Refreshing a DataSet Automatically Using Extended Properties
    Chapter 10.  Enumerating and Maintaining Database Objects
      Introduction
      Recipe 10.1.  Listing SQL Servers
      Recipe 10.2.  Retrieving Database Schema Information from SQL Server
      Recipe 10.3.  Retrieving Column Default Values from SQL Server
      Recipe 10.4.  Determining the Length of Columns in a SQL Server Table
      Recipe 10.5.  Counting Records
      Recipe 10.6.  Creating a New Access Database
      Recipe 10.7.  Creating a New SQL Server Database
      Recipe 10.8.  Adding Tables to a Database
      Recipe 10.9.  Getting a SQL Server Query Plan
      Recipe 10.10.  Compacting an Access Database
      Recipe 10.11.  Creating DataSet Relationships from SQL Server Relationships
      Recipe 10.12.  Getting SQL Server Column Metadata Without Returning Data
      Recipe 10.13.  Listing Installed OLE DB Providers
      Recipe 10.14.  Listing Tables in an Access Database
      Recipe 10.15.  Creating a Table in the Database from a DataTable Schema
      Recipe 10.16.  Listing Installed ODBC Drivers
    Appendix A.  Converting from C# to VB Syntax
      Section A.1.  General Considerations
      Section A.2.  Classes
      Section A.3.  Structures
      Section A.4.  Interfaces
      Section A.5.  Class, Structure, and Interface Members
      Section A.6.  Delegates
      Section A.7.  Enumerations
   Colophon
   Index
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