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How Can You Define ADO.NET?

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The Microsoft makes the .NET Framework where you can work on all types of languages in one interface. we can explain it as a language independent tool. It's no exaggeration to say that Microsoft's release of its new development and run-time environment, the .NET Framework, will revolutionize all aspects of programming in the Microsoft world. The benefits of this new platform will be felt in all areas of our code and in all types of application we develop. The .NET Framework is in itself a huge topic, and we can't cover every aspect in detail here, but since it's important to understand the basic principles behind .NET before attempting any ADO.NET programming, we'll quickly review the basics here.

ADO.NET is a large set of .NET classes that enable us to retrieve and manipulate data, and update data sources, in very many different ways. As an essential part of the .NET framework, it shares many of its features: features such as multi-language support, garbage collection, just-in-time compilation, object-oriented design, and dynamic caching, and is far more than an upgrade of previous versions of ADO. ADO.NET is set to become a core component of any data-driven .NET application or Web Service, and understanding its power will be essential to anyone wishing to utilize .NET data maintain to maximum effect.
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Is a large set of .NET classes that enable us to retrieve and manipulate data sources, in very many different ways.As an essential part of the .NET framework, it shares many of its features.

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