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Equivalent ADODB.Connector and ADODB.Recordset in VB.NET

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Hi,

What is the VB.NET equivalent of the VB6 ADODB.Connector and
ADODB.Recordset?

Thanks

Marty
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Marty,

You can use in VB.Net ADODB. However exactly as I write "use" it is not
really dotNet.

In dotNet are the equivalent of the ADODBconnection the ADONET connections,
normally SQLConnection and OleDbConnection while there is at least one more
for Oracle.

A kind of equivalent from the recordset is the datatable, which is mostly
used in a dataset which can hold more datatables.

The big difference between ADODB and ADONET is that ADODB is connected and
ADONET disconnected.

I hope this helps?

Cor.
"Marty" <ma**@to.forum> schreef in bericht
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Hi,

What is the VB.NET equivalent of the VB6 ADODB.Connector and
ADODB.Recordset?

Thanks

Marty

Nov 21 '05 #2

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Hi Marty,

In .NET, they are the OleDBConnection or SqlConnection object, and the
DataSet objects.

HTH,
- Rakesh Rajan

"Marty" <ma**@to.forum> wrote in message
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Hi,

What is the VB.NET equivalent of the VB6 ADODB.Connector and
ADODB.Recordset?

Thanks

Marty

Nov 21 '05 #3

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Great, thanks guys for your reply. Now I know what where to go.

Marty

Rakesh Rajan wrote:
Hi Marty,

In .NET, they are the OleDBConnection or SqlConnection object, and the
DataSet objects.

HTH,
- Rakesh Rajan

"Marty" <ma**@to.forum> wrote in message
news:cs***************@fe51.usenetserver.com...
Hi,

What is the VB.NET equivalent of the VB6 ADODB.Connector and
ADODB.Recordset?

Thanks

Marty


Nov 21 '05 #4

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