Yes. Sort of.
You would have a ConnectionString which supplies the address and login details for the database, but after that you need to supply code or browser html to access the database itself and enter / extract the records.
Note I would suggest that for the DB you look at MsSql or MySql, but avoid Access as the latter can be difficult to work int a multiuser environment. The other two are well used to it!
"i seems it was to difficult, i have to use TCP/IP and ETC....
But thank GOD and Thank for Answering that Just ConnectionString Do the whole the thing.........
thanks a lot......... - Pritesh Aryan 1 min ago"
It's not too difficult: at it's most basic:
DataSet ds = new DataSet();
string sql = "SELECT * FROM myTable";
using (SqlConnection conn = new SqlConnection(connectionString))
using (SqlDataAdapter da = new SqlDataAdapter(sql, conn))
myDatagridview.DataSource = ds;
Will read all records from the "myTable" table and display them in WinForms. Similar code works for browser based systems.
You need to read up on this: there is a lot on the web, but try starting with MSDN and look at SQLConnection, it will at least give you the basics (if not the finer points - for that you will need a big, thick book!)