In computer programming, BASIC (an acronym for Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) is a family of high-level programming languages.
Databases are an inevitable part of most of the real world applications. Deploying such database centric applications has always been tricky in all the platforms, be it Microsoft Visual Basic 6,...
This article describes how to use ADO.NET to connect to a database and to run a command (such as the UPDATE, the INSERT, or the DELETE command) by using a Visual Basic .NET console application.
Programmers often need to create databases programmatically. This article describes how to use ADO.NET and Visual Basic .NET to programmatically create a Microsoft SQL Server database.
This step-by-step article describes how to create and test an XML Web service created using ASP.NET by using Visual Studio .NET, and how to test the XML Web service with a simple Microsoft Visual...
This article demonstrates how to persist an ADO.NET DataSet object to XML.You can use the WriteXml method to write Extensible Markup Language (XML) schema and data from the DataSet object.
This article demonstrates how to implement forms-based authentication by using a database to store the users.
This step-by-step article describes how to programmatically
retrieve data from a Microsoft Access database, and then
present the data to the user. The goal of this article is not
This article explains how to create a small console application that uses COM Interop to create an earlier version (legacy) ADO RecordSet, convert it to an ADO.NET DataSet, and then display the...
Recently there was a discussion related to DataSet’s HasChanges
and GetChanges methods. This article discusses the basics of
DiffGrams and how DiffGram format is utilized by a DataSet to
Sometimes you need the basic features of a database but don't want the hassle, and possibly cost, of creating one for a small application. With the .NET DataSet object and a simple XML document we...