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Accessing Data (Visual Studio)

Most applications revolve around reading and updating information in databases. To enable data integration in distributed, scalable applications, Visual Studio provides support for integrating data into your applications.

Creating Client Data Applications

Discusses aspects of incorporating data access functionality into your applications.

Creating Visual Web Developer Data Applications

Provides links to topics about how to incorporate data into Web applications.

Creating SQL Server 2005 Objects in Managed Code

Provides links to topics that describe what SQL Server projects are, how to create them, and how to add and create SQL Server database objects.

Connecting to Data with Server Explorer/Database Explorer

Describes how to access design-time information about databases by using Server Explorer.

Visual Database Tools

Describes the tools available for creating and maintaining Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle databases.

ADO.NET

Describes the ADO.NET classes, which expose data-access services to the .NET programmer.

Transaction Processing

Describes what transactions are and provides links to topics about how to incorporate transactions into applications.

ADO.NET

Describes the ADO.NET classes, which expose data-access services to the .NET programmer.

System.Data

Describes the ADO.NET classes, which expose data-access services to the .NET programmer.

System.Transactions

The System.Transactions namespace contains classes that enable you to write your own transactional application and resource manager.

Decision Chart

Provides an interactive guide to help you select which approach or technology to use, in addition to links to more information.

What's New in Data

Discusses data access features that are new in Visual Studio.

Windows Forms Data Architecture

Provides topics on how data binding works in Windows Forms and how to bind controls to a data source.

Accessing Data with ASP.NET

Provides topics on the issues associated with data binding in Web Forms pages and how to bind controls to a data source.

Debugging SQL

Provides information about debugging SQL Server stored procedures, functions, and triggers.

Data Namespaces in Visual Studio

Lists the major namespaces for data and XML and provides links to .NET Framework reference topics about the types (classes, structures, enumerations, delegates, and interfaces) in the namespaces. Also provides links to topics about how to use these namespaces in Visual Basic and Visual C# applications.

Working with Data in Managed Device Projects

Describes how to manage data for devices in Visual Studio.

Data in Office Solutions

Contains links to topics that explain how data works in Office solutions. This includes information about schema-oriented programming, data caching, and server-side data access.

Deploying Applications and Components

Provides links to procedural, conceptual, and step-by-step topics about component deployment.

XML Tools in Visual Studio

Discusses working with XML data, debugging XSLT, .NET Framework XML features, and architecture of XML Query.

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