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Connecting database, and doing create, select, insert, update, delete basically in C#.NET. Step by step example needed.

Posted on 2011-09-29
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Hi there;

I am practising my C#.NET knowledge regarding DML/CRUD operations. So, could someone provide me a simple, console application doing those?

Then, above that I need to adapt the selection to a data view.

Could you provide the example codes?

Kind regards.
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Nice article but it's in ASP.NET. Isn't there any example of console app or so?

Regards.
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http://www.codeproject.com/KB/books/1861004982.aspx

You can look here for the listview (ctrl + f -> listview).  You can use the code to pull from the DB . . . it's the same in ASP.Net as C# windows apps.

Most code from ASP .Net has a very similiar look and feel (though there is more session management in a web app).


Another good place:
http://www.dotnetperls.com/listview
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Hi there;

Ah, I tried but I am briefly new. So, no direct projects to run so that I can see the differences and logic rather than implementing the logic (which I don't know).

Kind regards.
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