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Data Points: Migrating from ADO to ADO.NET

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In recent years ADO has taken the lead as the preferred method for implementing data access in Windows®-based applications. Huge numbers of ADO applications are in use today and many developers are well versed in ADO development.

John Papa

MSDN Magazine July 2004

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