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Namespaces are required to enable the use of databases in ASP.NET pages?

Posted By :Jack Hard     Posted Date :November 04, 2012    Points :40   Category :ASP.Net 
The following namespaces are required to enable the use of databases in ASP.NET pages:

1:The System.Data namespace.

2:The System.Data.OleDb namespace (to use any data provider, such as Access, Oracle, or SQL)

3:The System.Data.SQLClient namespace (specifically to use SQL as the data provider)

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