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ADO vs ADO.net

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is that the main difference between ADO and ADO.net is

ADO = native C++, need write more code to do query

ADO.net = managed C++, write less code to do the same thing?
Mar 27 '08 #1
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is that the main difference between ADO and ADO.net is
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ADO = native C++, need write more code to do query

ADO.net = managed C++, write less code to do the same thing?
To add on to the other responses, the System.Data.SqlClient namespace
objects of ADO.NET provide native SQL Server data access from managed code.
This is in contrast with COM-based ADO, which is basically provides a
higher-level interface to lower level OLEDB drivers like SQLOLEDB.

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Hope this helps.

Dan Guzman
SQL Server MVP
http://weblogs.sqlteam.com/dang/

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is that the main difference between ADO and ADO.net is

ADO = native C++, need write more code to do query

ADO.net = managed C++, write less code to do the same thing?
Mar 27 '08 #2

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