.NET Data Access Architecture Guide for SQL Server

By Bill Graziano on 2 June 2002 | Tags: Application Design , .NET


This document provides guidelines for implementing an ADO.NET-based data access layer in a multi-tier .NET application. It focuses on a range of common data access tasks and scenarios and presents guidance to help you choose the most appropriate approaches and techniques. This is a good article from MSDN on how to get the most out of SQL Server using .NET. It also includes a section on dealing with images (BLOBs).

Link: .NET Data Access Architecture Guide for SQL Server


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