Asp. Net: By Example by Steven A. Smith

By Steven A. Smith

Written for net builders accustomed to lively server pages (ASP), this booklet bargains guidance for migrating to ASP.NET in addition to introductions to the controls on hand, information entry with ADO.NET, and internet prone. Separate chapters clarify how one can paintings with internet, checklist, wealthy, validation, and person controls, and supply code examples written in both C# or visible simple.

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In general, you connect to the database only for the instant when you are retrieving or updating. Otherwise, the connection is closed. This is the default. When you retrieve the data, it is typically stored in something known as a "DataSet". You can think of the DataSet as a recordset on steroids. For starters, a single DataSet can store the results of many SQL queries. For example, you could retrieve all the authors, and store the results in a DataSet. You could then retrieve all the publishers, and store the results in the same DataSet.

The connection object would connect to the database, but you could also issue commands through it directly. The recordset was used to store results, but it could maintain its own internal connection, and issue database commands. Although this could be convenient, in practice, it resulted in confusion and complexity. 2). A connection is just a connection. You can't issue commands through it like you could in ADO. A command is only for issuing commands. A DataSet is only for storing data. With an ADO recordset, you got a lot of different and inconsistent behavior depending on the underlying database.

Recordset Stores the results of a select statement. By default, the recordset was read-only, and used a server-side cursor. You could create server- or client-side cursors, as well as specify a number of locking options. ADO was referred to as a flat object model, meaning that a lot of duplicate functionality was available through different objects. The connection object would connect to the database, but you could also issue commands through it directly. The recordset was used to store results, but it could maintain its own internal connection, and issue database commands.

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