ADO.NET

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Initially the ADO was used to extract data efficiently from a database. This was when ADO 1.0 was established and subsequent developments have now led to ADO 2.6, the latest and last of the ADO after which came the ADO.NET, the most powerful of all frameworks. ADO.NET was produced with the .NET Framework and provided a more efficient approach to data accessibility. Though the function of ADO.NET was not different from the old generation Ado, the latest development had a lot more to offer with the new technology and its powerful structure. Despite being powerful, ADO.NET still received criticism over problems such as handling of data stores and compatibility with XML, a feature heavily supported by the .NET Framework. However, ADO.NET managed to remedy the problems.

ADO.NET handles a disconnected database unlike its predecessor, therefore when an application creates a communication path with a database it is only then that a connection is opened and closed as soon as the request to connect is completed. Also when a database requires an update, the connection remains open till the updating process is completed, however, the connection is maintained for a limited time period only since this is a security feature to maintain a secure database whilst also boosting system performance. ADO.NET also solved the compatibility problems with XML interface, making the operations more stable and efficient.

ADO.NET has been well adapted to the increasing web applications by assisting with adapting itself to the specification of web applications. The heavy utilization of web applications to store data is left unsupported due to the large number of active connections which eventually ends up in losses. The previously mentioned features of ADO.NET therefore help with Internet based applications also. Web developers have constantly criticized that applications that maintain a constant connection with a database are difficult in keeping a large user base. Therefore the feature of ADO.NET that enables only a small time of contact with the database allows for an increased audience using the online database.

Since the Internet is a wide space, a lot of information is also required to be stored in the virtual space for which reason, ADO.NET application development technology allows for storing several data tables in one data set, and because of its integrative characteristic, the data in the tables can be selected, altered or deleted and updated as required. The increased data storing is extremely convenient for web applications as handling data and extracting information has become easy especially for web developers.

It is widely popular among web developers, that an extensive knowledge of extensible Markup Language or XML in short is not required to work with ADO.NET. The easy and user friendly interface of ADO.NET provides web developers the option of working with any ADO supported format and then transferring the data to any application that supports the XML format. Such an option can be worked with on any operating system and web developers are provided with sufficient opportunities when working with ADO.NET which makes it more appealing to use.

Initially the ADO was used to extract data efficiently from a database. This was when ADO 1.0 was established and subsequent developments have now led to ADO 2.6, the latest and last of the ADO after which came the ADO.NET, the most powerful of all frameworks…