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Data Access with ADO.NET 3.5 – Primary Objectives

Release of Service Pack 1 for Visual Studio 2008 brought us some of the major lift updates .Net Framework. One of those update is ADO.NET 3.5 along with whole set of new languages and methodologies for data access as compare to .Net Framework 2.0. Some of the primary objectives of these updates are:

  • Increase developers productivity with minimal code required to achieve certain database/data related tasks.
  • Allow strong-type checking of database query syntax for relational data and their resultsets.
  • Enhancements to DataSet integration with multi Tier application architecture.
  • Enabled data intensive Winform projects with a local, synchronizable data cache derived from SQL Server Compact Edition v3.5
  • Enabled data intensive Winform projects with a local, synchronizable data cache derived from SQL Server Compact Edition v3.5.
  • Eliminate often known as the resistant mismatch between the code for data management, which usually involves SQL and OOPs programming.

Next time we will talk about the introduction of different extensions to LINQ related components /frameworks.

Waqas Ahmed

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