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ADO .Net DataSource Library.

Allows simple creation of ADO .Net Database projects by automating the process from creating the ADO Connection object to creating the dataadapter and auto generating all insert/update statements and thus providing a databinding source by which to bind controls to at the end of the process.

Example:

CDataSource DataSource = new (ConnectionString, DBType);
DataSource.AddTable(TableName,QueryName,SQL,AutoGen, AltAutoGen);
Datagrid.DataSource = DataSource.GetBindingSource(QueryName);

This means fewer lines of code are required to get a functioning binding source up and running.

The library supports SQLServer, OLE and ODBC Providers. Oracle .Net Provider can be built into this library if needed in future versions.

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adodotnet database server sql

In a Nutshell, ADO .Net DBConnection Library...

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