This guide is for developers or database administrators who are interested in
storing, retrieving, and manipulating media data in Oracle Database, including
developers of multimedia specialization applications. Users of this guide should
have experience with SQL, PL/SQL, Java, Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), and
Beginning Database Design, Second Edition provides short, easy-to-read explanations of how to get database design right the first time. This book offers numerous examples to help you avoid the many pitfalls that entrap new and not-so-new database designers. Through the help of use cases and class diagrams modeled in the UML, you’ll learn to discover and represent the details and scope of any design problem you choose to attack.
The SqlDataReader Class You use an object of the SqlDataReader class to read rows retrieved from a SQL Server database, an object of the OleDbDataReader class to read rows from any database that supports OLE DB
Understanding the SqlConnection Class You use an object of the SqlConnection class to connect to a SQL Server database, and this object handles the communication between the database and your C# program.
[ Team LiB ] Recipe 7.17 Using ADO.NET Design-Time Features in Classes Without a GUI Problem The design-time environment provides controls and wizards to facilitate creation of and management of properties of ADO.NET objects.
Learn Visual Basic 6.0 is a self-paced course. The suggested approach is to do one class a week for ten weeks. Each week’s class should require about 4 to 8 hours of your time to grasp the concepts completely. Prior to doing a particular week’s work, open the class notes file for that week and print it out. Then, work through the notes at your own pace. Try to do each example as they are encountered in the notes. If you need any help, all solved examples are included in the VB Code folder.
Chapter 1: Introduction to Database Programming with ADONET
Chapter 2: Introduction to Databases
Chapter 3: Introduction to Structured Query Language (SQL)
Chapter 4: Introduction to Transact-SQL Programming
Chapter 5: Overview of the ADONET Classes
Chapter 6: Introducing Windows Applications and ADONET
Chapter 7: Connecting to a Database
This paper describes automatic techniques for mapping 9611 entries in a database of English verbs to WordNet senses. The verbs were initially grouped into 491 classes based on syntactic features. Mapping these verbs into WordNet senses provides a resource that supports disambiguation in multilingual applications such as machine translation and cross-language information retrieval.