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How to easily test your ADO.NET connections

, 22 Mar 2011 CPOL 19.4K 1.2K 19
If you are having trouble connecting to a database using a program that uses an ADO.NET connector, this program is a great way to test it step by step.
databasetester-src.zip
DatabaseTester
bin
Debug
Release
obj
Debug
TempPE
Properties
_ReSharper.DatabaseTester
BuildScriptCache
4
DecompilerCache
NamedArguments
4
PdbInfo
ProjectModel
Resources
4
TagPrefixes
TodoCache
4
WebsiteFileReferences
WordIndex
4
WordIndex.New
7
Kailua.dll
DatabaseTester.exe
DatabaseTester.vshost.exe
DatabaseTester.vshost.exe.manifest
Kailua.dll
DatabaseTester.exe
DatabaseTester.vshost.exe
DatabaseTester.vshost.exe.manifest
Kailua.dll
DatabaseTester.csproj.user
mssccprj.scc
Release
TempPE
Settings.settings
6
databasetester.zip
DatabaseTester.exe
Kailua.dll

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David Thielen
Chief Technology Officer Windward Studios
United States United States
CTO/founder - Windward Studios

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