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Writing Provider Independent Code in ADO.NET 

The System.Data.Common namespace provides generic classes for working with data that let you write code that can work across different data providers, as long as the data is isomorphic. However, this does not take into account differences between providers and database servers, which need to be handled by the developer on a case-by-case basis.

In This Section

Provider Independent Model Overview

Provides an overview of the Common Model programming interface.

Working with Factories

Provides examples demonstrating how to work with factories to access databases across multiple providers.

Related Sections

What's New in ADO.NET

Introduces features that are new in ADO.NET.

Overview of ADO.NET

Provides an introduction to the design and components of ADO.NET.

Securing ADO.NET Applications

Describes secure coding practices when using ADO.NET.

Using DataSets in ADO.NET

Describes how to create and use DataSets, typed DataSets, DataTables, and DataViews.

Connecting and Retrieving Data in ADO.NET

Describes how to connect to a data source and retrieve data, including DataReaders and DataAdapters.

Modifying Data in ADO.NET

Describes how to modify data in a database and how to use transactions.

Using the .NET Framework Data Provider for SQL Server

Describes how to work with features and functionality that are specific to SQL Server.

Using the .NET Framework Data Provider for Oracle

Describes features and behaviors that are specific to the .NET Framework Data Provider for Oracle.

Using SQL Server Common Language Runtime Integration

Describes how data can be accessed from within a common language runtime database object in SQL Server 2005.

Performing General Tasks in ADO.NET

Describes how to use various general-purpose features of ADO.NET.

Finding Additional ADO.NET Information

Provides links to additional online information about ADO.NET.

See Also

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