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Database Access with Visual Basic .Net als Buch


Titel: Database Access with Visual Basic .Net
Autor/en: Jeffrey P. McManus, Jackie Goldstein

ISBN: 0672323435
EAN: 9780672323430
Sprache: Englisch.

Februar 2003 - kartoniert - 464 Seiten




Preface. 1. Database Basics. What Is a Database? What Is a Database Platform? Business Cases. Business Case 1.1: Introducing Jones Novelties, Incorporated. Tables and Fields. Designing Your Database. Business Case 1.2: Designing Tables and Relationships. Manipulating Data with Objects. Data Types. Creating a Database Schema. Using Visual Studio to Create a Database. Designating Indexes and the Primary Key. Creating Database Diagrams. Using Microsoft Visio to View and Alter a Database Schema. Relationships. Using Referential Integrity to Maintain Consistency. Testing Referential Integrity Constraints, Using Server Explorer. Cascading Updates and Cascading Deletes. Normalization. One-to-One Relationships. One-to-Many Relationships. Many-to-Many Relationships. Creating a User Interface in a Windows Forms Application. Connecting to a Database and Working with Records. Creating a Data Browser Application. Performing Binding Programmatically. About Data-Aware Controls in .NET. Updating Records in the Data Browser Application. Creating New Records in a Data-Bound Form. Deleting Records from a Data-Bound Form. Validating Data Entry in a Data-Bound Form. Validation at the Database Engine Level. Summary. Questions and Answers. 2. Structured Query Language Queries and Commands. What is a Query? Testing Queries with the Server Explorer. Retrieving Records with the SELECT Clause. Designating a Record Source with the FROM Clause. Specifying Criteria with the WHERE Clause. Operators in WHERE Clauses. Sorting Results with ORDER BY. Sorting in Descending Order. Sorting on Multiple Fields. Displaying the Top or Bottom of a Range with TOP. Creating Top Percentage Queries. Joining Related Tables in a Query. Expressing a Join in SQL. Using Outer Joins to Return Additional Data. Performing Calculations in Queries. Aliasing Field Names with AS. Queries That Group and Summarize Data. Using HAVING to Provide Criteria for Grouped Queries. The SUM Function. Other SQL Aggregate Functions. Union Queries. Subqueries. Manipulating Data with SQL. Update Commands. Delete Commands. Insert Commands. Creating Tables with SELECT INTO. Using Data Definition Language. Creating Database Elements with CREATE. Adding Constraints to Tables. Creating Indexes with CREATE INDEX. Deleting Tables and Indexes with DROP. Modifying a Tables Definition with ALTER. Summary. Questions and Answers. 3. Getting Started with SQL Server 2000. Setting Up and Running Microsoft SQL Server 2000. Determining Installation Requirements for SQL Server 2000. Installing SQL Server 2000. Starting and Stopping SQL Server with SQL Service Manager. Controlling the Way SQL Server Starts Up. Getting Started with SQL Server 2000: The Basics. Running SQL Server Enterprise Manager. Creating a Database with SQL Enterprise Manager. Creating Tables in a SQL Server Database. Using SQL Query Analyzer to Access a Database. Using Database Views to Control Access to Data. Creating and Running Stored Procedures. Displaying the Text of an Existing View or Stored Procedure. Creating Triggers. Business Case 3.1: Creating a Trigger That Enables Soundalike Searches. Managing Users and Security in SQL Server Enterprise Manager. Applying Security Attributes in SQL Query Analyzer. Removing Objects from the Database Business Case 3.2: Generating an SQL Script That Creates a Database. Summary. Questions and Answers. 4. ADO.NETData Providers. Overview of ADO.NET. Motivation and Philosophy. ADO.NET Versus Classic ADO (2.x). ADO.NET Objects Within the .NET Framework. Application Interfaces. Overview of .NET Data Provider Objects. SqlClient. Oledb. Odbc. Core Objects. The Connection Object. The Command Object. Using the Command Object with Parameters and Stored Procedures. Executing the Commands. The DataReader Object. Using the Connection and Command Design-Time Components. Other Data Provider Objects. Business Case 4.1: Writing a Routine to Archive Old Orders by Year. Summary. Questions and Answers. 5. ADO.NETThe DataSet. Applications and Components of the DataSet. Populating and Manipulating the DataSet. Defining DataTable Schemas. Adding Data to a DataTable. Updating the DataSet. Accessing Data from a DataTable. Table Relations. Table Constraints. Using the DataSet Component. Summary. Questions and Answers. 6. ADO.NETThe DataAdapter. Populating a DataSet from a Data Source. Updating the Data Source. Setting the Update Commands. Business Case 6.1 Combining Multiple Related Tables. Summary. Questions and Answers. 7. ADO.NETAdditional Features and Techniques. Detecting Concurrency Conflicts. Table and Column Mappings. DataViews. Business Case 7.1: Viewing Data Combined from Different Sources. Strongly Typed DataSets. Summary. Questions and Answers. 8. Visual Studio.NET Database Projects. Creating a Database Project. Database References. Scripts. Create Scripts. Change Scripts. Running the Scripts. Command Files. Queries. Summary. Questions and Answers. 9. XML and .NET. An Overview of XML. The XML Family of Technologies. XML and Data Access. XML Classes in .NET. Working with the Document Object Model. Working with XPATH. Extending SQL Server with SQLXML 3.0 and IIS. Installing and Configuring SQLXML 3.0. Configuration Results. Using XML, XSLT, and SQLXML to Create a Report. Summary. Questions and Answers. 10. ADO.NET and XML. Basic Reading and Writing of XML. Reading XML. Writing XML. Diffgrams. Business Case 10.1: Preparing XML Files for Business Partners. Creating an XmlReader from a Command Object. The XmlDataDocument Object. Summary. Questions and Answers. 11. WebForms: Database Applications with ASP.NET. An Overview of ASP.NET. HTML Controls Versus Server Controls. Additional Highlights of ASP.NET. Accessing a Database Through ASP.NET. Adding the ASPNET User to the SQL Server Logins. TRUSTED_CONNECTION in Action. Working with the DataGrid. Improving the Performance of ASP.NET Database Applications Through Stored Procedures. Summary. Questions and Answers. 12. Web Services and Middle-Tier Technologies. Using the Middle Tier to Provide Presentation Logic. Using Data in the Middle Tier. Creating Reusable Middle-Tier Components. Using the Component from Another Application. Exposing Objects Through Web Services. Exposing an Existing Object Through a Web Service. Accessing Web Services Programmatically. Putting It All Together. Summary. Questions and Answers. Index. 0672323435T01242003


Jeffrey P. McManus is a developer specializing in online application development and a popular speaker at conferences such as VBITS, VSLive, and VBConnections. He is a frequent contributor to journals and is the author of four books on database and component technologies and two books on .NET technologies, including Visual Basic(R) .NET Developer's Guide to ASP.NET, XML, and ADO.NET (Addison-Wesley, 2002). Jackie Goldstein is the president of Renaissance Computer Systems, a development and consulting company specializing in Microsoft tools and technologies. He also serves as the MSDN Regional Director for Israel and as a Subject Matter Expert for Microsoft Developer Days events. Jackie has many years of experience helping companies evaluate and integrate new technologies, and is a frequent speaker at conferences such as VSLive, TechEd, and VBITS. 0672323435AB01092003

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