Unlike most other database programming books, which discuss and present database programming techniques through huge blocks of programming code, this book uses a unique writing style to show readers how to develop professional and practical database programs using Visual Basic.NET 2005 Design Tools and Wizards related to ADO.NET 2.0, and to apply codes that are auto-generated by using Wizards. Avoiding overly large blocks of code, the book shows a simple and easy way to create database programs and enable the reader to build professional and practical databases more efficiently. In addition to Design Tools and Wizards, the runtime object method is also discussed and analyzed to allow users to design and implement more sophisticated data-driven applications with complicated coding techniques. Three popular database systems – Microsoft Access, SQL Server 2005, and Oracle Database 10g Express Edition (XE) – are discussed in detail, with practical examples and sample projects. This book will attract college students, programmers, and software engineers alike. Sample code and additional exercise questions for students, as well as solutions and lecture slides for instructors are available via the web (www.cambridge.org/9780521712354).
A real sample database CSE_DEPT with 3 versions is provided and used for the entire book
Sample code and additional exercise questions for students, as well as solutions and lecture slides for instructors are available via the Web
Provides homework and exercises to serve as a good textbook for college students
1. Introduction 2. Introduction to databases 3. Introduction to ADO.NET 4. Data selection query with Visual Basic.NET 5. Data inserting with Visual Basic.NET 6. Data updating and deleting with Visual Basic.NET 7. Accessing data in ASP.NET 8. ASP.NET web services.
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Ying Bai, Johnson C. Smith University, North Carolina Dr Ying Bai is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina. His special interests include computer architecture, software engineering, programming languages, fuzzy logic controls, automatic and robot controls, and robot calibrations. His industrial experience includes positions at Motorola MMS, Schlumberger ATE Technology, Immix TeleCom, and Lam Research. He is a senior member of the IEEE and a member of the ACM. Dr. Bai has published numerous research articles and five previous books on programming in the Windows environment and fuzzy logic controls.
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