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Tim Patrick is an author and software architect with over 25 years of experience in software development and technical writing. He has written six books and several articles on programming and other topics. In 2007, Microsoft awarded him with its Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award in recognition of the benefits his writings bring to Visual Basic and .NET programmers.Contenuti:
Acknowledgments; Introduction; Who Is This Book For?; Organization of This Book; Conventions and Features in This Book; System Requirements; Code Samples; Errata and Book Support; We Want to Hear from You; Stay in Touch; Part I: Getting to Know ADO.NET; Chapter 1: Introducing ADO.NET 4; 1.1 What Is ADO.NET?; 1.2 Why ADO.NET?; 1.3 Major Components of ADO.NET; 1.4 Extensions to ADO.NET; 1.5 Connecting to External Data; 1.6 Summary; 1.7 Chapter 1 Quick Reference; Chapter 2: Building Tables of Data; 2.1 Implementing Tables; 2.2 Adding Data Columns; 2.3 Dataset Designer; 2.4 Summary; 2.5 Chapter 2 Quick Reference; Chapter 3: Storing Data in Memory; 3.1 Adding Data; 3.2 Examining and Changing Data; 3.3 Removing Data; 3.4 Batch Processing; 3.5 Validating Changes; 3.6 Summary; 3.7 Chapter 3 Quick Reference; Chapter 4: Accessing the Right Data Values; 4.1 Querying and Sorting Data; 4.2 Using Expression Columns; 4.3 Summary; 4.4 Chapter 4 Quick Reference; Chapter 5: Bringing Related Data Together; 5.1 Collecting Tables into Sets; 5.2 Establishing Relationships Between Tables; 5.3 Defining Table Constraints; 5.4 Summary; 5.5 Chapter 5 Quick Reference; Chapter 6: Turning Data into Information; 6.1 Aggregating Data; 6.2 Setting Up Indexed Views; 6.3 Summary; 6.4 Chapter 6 Quick Reference; Chapter 7: Saving and Restoring Data; 7.1 Serializing DataSet and DataTable Objects; 7.2 Guiding XML Generation; 7.3 Summary; 7.4 Chapter 7 Quick Reference; Part II: Connecting to External Data Sources; Chapter 8: Establishing External Connections; 8.1 Using Connection Strings; 8.2 Understanding Data Providers; 8.3 Connecting to SQL Server via a Data Provider; 8.4 Summary; 8.5 Chapter 8 Quick Reference; Chapter 9: Querying Databases; 9.1 Processing SQL Queries; 9.2 Returning Query Results; 9.3 Summary; 9.4 Chapter 9 Quick Reference; Chapter 10: Adding Standards to Queries; 10.1 Developing Parameterized Queries; 10.2 Using Parameters in Stored Procedures; 10.3 Summary; 10.4 Chapter 10 Quick Reference; Chapter 11: Making External Data Available Locally; 11.1 Understanding Data Adapters; 11.2 Moving Data from Source to Memory; 11.3 Moving Data from Memory to Source; 11.4 Table and Column Mapping; 11.5 Summary; 11.6 Chapter 11 Quick Reference; Chapter 12: Guaranteeing Data Integrity; 12.1 Transactions and Concurrency; 12.2 Using Local Transactions; 12.3 Using Distributed Transactions; 12.4 Summary; 12.5 Chapter 12 Quick Reference; Part III: Entity Framework; Chapter 13: Introducing the Entity Framework; 13.1 Understanding the Entity Framework; 13.2 Understanding the Entity Framework’s Layers; 13.3 Using the Entity Framework; 13.4 Summary; 13.5 Chapter 13 Quick Reference; Chapter 14: Visualizing Data Models; 14.1 Designing an Entity Framework Model; 14.2 Managing the Object Layer; 14.3 Summary; 14.4 Chapter 14 Quick Reference; Chapter 15: Querying Data in the Framework; 15.1 Getting to Know Entity SQL; 15.2 Running Entity SQL Queries; 15.3 Summary; 15.4 Chapter 15 Quick Reference; Chapter 16: Understanding Entities Through Objects; 16.1 Managing Entity Data Through Objects; 16.2 Using Query Builder Methods; 16.3 Summary; 16.4 Chapter 16 Quick Reference; Part IV: LINQ; Chapter 17: Introducing LINQ; 17.1 Getting to Know LINQ; 17.2 Using LINQ with .NET Objects; 17.3 Summary; 17.4 Chapter 17 Quick Reference; Chapter 18: Using LINQ to DataSet; 18.1 Understanding the LINQ to DataSet Provider; 18.2 Writing Queries with LINQ to DataSet; 18.3 Summary; 18.4 Chapter 18 Quick Reference; Chapter 19: Using LINQ to Entities; 19.1 Understanding the LINQ to Entities Provider; 19.2 Writing Queries with LINQ to Entities; 19.3 Summary; 19.4 Chapter 19 Quick Reference; Chapter 20: Using LINQ to SQL; 20.1 Understanding the LINQ to SQL Provider; 20.2 Using the Object Relational Designer; 20.3 Using Custom Database Functions in Queries; 20.4 Summary; 20.5 Chapter 20 Quick Reference; Part V: Presenting Data to the World; Chapter 21: Binding Data with ADO.NET; 21.1 Binding Data in Windows Forms; 21.2 Binding Data in WPF; 21.3 Binding Data in ASP.NET; 21.4 Summary; 21.5 Chapter 21 Quick Reference; Chapter 22: Providing RESTful Services with WCF Data Services; 22.1 Getting to Know the Service Layers; 22.2 Setting Up a Data Service; 22.3 Accessing a Data Service using REST; 22.4 Summary; 22.5 Chapter 22 Quick Reference;
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Descrizione libro Microsoft Press, 2010. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0735638888
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