ASP.NET & Databases Part 5
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Published: 11 Nov 2001
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This part takes a look at the role that XML data plays in .NET and how we can use XML data as a datasource.
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ASP.NET & Databases : Part 5

Published 11/11/01

 

Introduction

In Parts 1 - 4 we have talked about connecting, storing, viewing and in this part we take a break and look at some XML. XML in .NET is a very important part, XML is used in nearly anything in .NET, from web services, to datasets. Even SQL Server 2000 supports XML. XML has taken a good foothold in data storage. I don't see it as a very good way to store my data (but that's my opinion). For this part we will be using the XML file here. I won't be covering all the data techniques that you can do in XML (writing, modifying, appending etc.) I'll be just covering its involvement in ADO.NET


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