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ASP.NET Basics (part 8): Data Overload
Use the ADO.NET classes to build dynamic data-driven Web pages with ASP.NET and C#

| Diving Into Data |

Last time round, I showed you some real-life ASP.NET examples of how the technology can be used in one of the most common applications of a Web development language - form input. I gave you a rundown on how ASP.NET can be used to extract and use data from HTML forms, and how it can be used to programmatically generate forms using server controls for text fields, drop-downs and check boxes.

This time, let's take things a step further, by visiting another of the things ASP.NET is good for -  database interaction. As noted earlier, this is one of the more common things you will be doing in your sojourn through the ASP.NET landscape - so pay attention, and let's get the show on the road!

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