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Ado

Symbol for adenosine.

Ado

Abbreviation for adenosine.
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Entity Developer is a powerful ORM designer for ADO.NET Entity Framework, NHibernate, LinqConnect, Telerik Data Access, and LINQ to SQL.
ADO.NET can work in the environment whatever it is connected with the data source.
But you'd wonder what's the advantage in using LINQ instead of an SQL statement in ADO.NET. Consider this, in ADO.NET you will pass the SQL statement as a string command but in LINQ you are retrieving data using native code which has the benefit of intellisense.
Students will use advanced programming languages including VB.NET, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, PHP, and XML to implement Web-based business applications.
Course materials cover two major topics on (1) connecting to database, and (2) display of data formats via ADO.NET. Subjects who participated in the pre-test were not qualified to participate in the post-test because these participants are from the same population.
Microsoft is embracing OOAD with its latest .NET application framework, which includes new object oriented programming interfaces for databases, most notably LINQ (Language Integrated Query) and ADO.NET's Entity Framework.
Programming Microsoft ADO.NET 2.0: Advanced Topics, Microsoft Press, ISBN-13: 978-0-73562141-1, ISBN-10: 0-7356-2141-1, Redmond, Washington
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Murach's ADO.NET 3.50 And The Entity Framework With VB 2008
The DataDirect OpenAccess for ODBC for Salesforce Data Source driver is built using the same technology that has been licensed by more than 100 leading independent software vendors (ISVs) and corporations to implement custom ODBC, JDBC[TM], OLE DB and ADO.NET connectivity to their application data.
Industry standards supported include SQL, XML, RDF, RDF Schemas, ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, OLEDB, SPARQL, GData, XQuery, XPath, XSLT, XML/A, OpenSearch, WebDAV, HTTP, NNTP, Atom Publishing, RSS, SOAP, GRDDL and more.