Wrox author Thiru Thangarathinam shows the advantages of creating and working with ADO.NET 2.0 strongly typed datasets in your ASP.NET pages.
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SOAP headers are a good place to put optional information, and a good means to support evolving interfaces.
See how to get around the limitation of using a browser as the interface by tapping into the callback features provided in Microsoft's "Atlas."
Caching can dramatically improve the performance of a database-driven .NET application. The Enterprise Library caching block encapsulates the plumbing code required to implement caching in a reusable block.
By encapsulating the plumbing code in the data-access layer of applications, the Data Access Application Block, part of Microsoft's Enterprise Library, frees you from the tedious details of data access and allows you to concentrate on the business logic in your applications.
ADO.NET 2.0 offers new base classes and factory classes that enable you to write data access code that works with almost all data stores. Find out how to seamlessly working with multiple providers like SqlClient, OleDb, and ODBC without having to lock into a specific implementation.