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What are different .Net framework data provider.

Posted By :Ravi Ranjan Kumar     Posted Date :July 30, 2011    Points :40   Category :ADO.Net 
The Four main types of .net framework data provider are
a) .Net framework data provider for SQL server.
b) .Net framework data provider for OLEDB
c) .Net framework data provider for ODBC
d) .Net framework data provider for Oracle.

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Named out assemblies and corresponding namespace of all .Net framework data provider.

  
a) .Net Framework Data Provider for SQL Server
Assembly Name :- System.Data.dll
NameSpace :- System.Data.SqlClient

b) .Net Framework Data Provider for OLE DB Server
Assembly Name :- System.Data.dll
NameSpace :- System.Data.OleDb


C) .Net Framework Data Provider for ODBC
Assembly Name :- System.Data.ODBC


C) .Net Framework Data Provider for Oracle
Assembly Name :- System.Data.OracleClient.dll
NameSpace :- System.Data.OracleClient
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Explain about data provider?

  
ADO.NET has two primary parts in its architecture out of which one is data provider. It has its own set of objects and it consists of its own classes. Some of them are connection, parameter, data reader, command and data adapter. This provides access to data sources such as Oracle, SQL server, etc. (More...)

What are advantages and disadvantages of Microsoft-provided data provider classes in ADO.NET?

  
SQLServer.NET data provider is high-speed and robust, but requires SQL Server license purchased from Microsoft. OLE-DB.NET is universal for accessing other sources, like Oracle, DB2, Microsoft Access and Informix, but it's a .NET layer on top of OLE layer, so not the fastest thing in the world. ODBC.NET is a deprecated layer provided for backward compatibility to ODBC engines. (More...)

What are advantages and disadvantages of Microsoft-provided data provider classes in ADO.NET?

  
SQLServer.NET data provider is high-speed and robust, but requires SQL Server license purchased from Microsoft. OLE-DB.NET is universal for accessing other sources, like Oracle, DB2, Microsoft Access and Informix, but it's a .NET layer on top of OLE layer, so not the fastest thing in the world. ODBC.NET is a deprecated layer provided for backward compatibility to ODBC engines. (More...)

What is .NET Framework?

  
The .NET Framework has two main components: the common language runtime and the .NET Framework class library.
You can think of the runtime as an agent that manages code at execution time, providing core services such as memory management, thread management, and remoting, while also enforcing strict type safety and other forms of code accuracy that ensure security and robustness.
The class library, is a comprehensive, object-oriented collection of reusable types that you can use to develop applications ranging from traditional command-line or graphical user interface (GUI) applications to applications based on the latest innovations provided by ASP.NET, such as Web Forms and XML Web services. (More...)

Difference between OLEDB Provider and SqlClient ?

  
SQLClient .NET classes are highly optimized for the .net / sqlserver combination and achieve optimal results. The SqlClient data provider is fast. It's faster than the Oracle provider, and faster than accessing database via the OleDb layer. It's faster because it accesses the native library (which automatically gives you better performance), and it was written with lots of help from the SQL Server team. (More...)

What is Method used to bind the data into gridview ?

  
DataBind() Method used to bind the data into gridview (More...)

What is the .NET that allows the retrieval of data by a unique key?

  
HashTable is the .NET collection class that allows the retrieval of data by a unique key (More...)

What is the .NET Framework?

  
The .NET Framework is an environment for building, deploying, and running Web Services and other applications. It consists of three main parts: the Common Language Runtime, the Framework classes, and ASP.NET. (More...)

Does the .NET Framework only apply to people building Web sites?

  
The .NET Framework enables you to create great Web applications. However, it can also help you build the same applications you build today. If you write any Windows software (using ATL/COM, MFC, Microsoft® Visual Basic®, or even standard Microsoft® Win32®), .NET offers many advantages to the way you currently build applications. Of course, if you do develop Web sites, then the .NET Framework has a lot to interest you-starting with ASP.NET. (More...)

What programming languages will the .NET Framework support?

  
The .NET Framework is language neutral; virtually any language can target the .NET Framework. Currently, you can build .NET programs in a number of languages, including C++, Microsoft® Visual Basic.NET, _JScript®, and Microsoft's newest language-C#. A large number of third-party languages will also be available for building .NET Framework applications. These languages include COBOL, Eiffel, Perl, Python, Smalltalk, and others. (More...)

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