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  Introduction : Now we discuss about Database provide several type of classes to connection from ADO.NET here

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Introduction :


Now we discuss about Database Connection provide several type of classes to connection from ADO.NET here we discuss some classes ...

To Access the ADO.Net you must import  Namespaces




System.Data this namespace hold some type of objects if you want to use this classes or method first you must import this Namespace every page in .net

  • DataSet
  • DataTable
  • DataRow
  • DataRelation




This namespace it’s general namespace one you import and you can easly use every database like sql.server.mysql,even you can use excel sheet it provide some usefull objects..

  • OleDbConnectin
  • OleDbCommand
  • OleDbDataSet
  • OleDbDataReader
  • OleDbDataAdapter



This is same OleDb but this  specially for sqlserver and it hold this type of objects

  • SQLConnection
  • SQLCommand
  • SQLDataSet
  • SQLDataReader
  • SQLDataAdapter



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