Professional VB.NET Transactions
Brian Francis, Matthew Bortniker, James Conard, Kent Tegels
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VB.NET Level: I/A
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The ability to use transactions properly and efficiently in applications is a key skill for a programmer. This book discusses transactions and their use with .NET. With the merging of Microsoft's numerous technologies, transactions can be handled in a variety of ways. However, in order to have transactions, we must first be able to first access the data stores where our transactions occur. Therefore, we also discuss different technologies, such as ADO .NET, which are involved in data access.The book also includes an in-depth case study, to apply the concepts and technologies we've learnt to build a complete, distributed transaction-processing system.
Who is this book for?
This book is suitable for anyone who is interested in working with transactions using Visual Basic .NET. It can be used by beginners/intermediate-level developers who want to incorporate transactions into their .NET applications, and also by experienced Visual Basic 6 developers who want to understand how transactions are implemented in the world of .NET. It is written and tested on Visual Studio .NET 1.0.
Effective Visual Studio .NET quickly establishes the basics of the IDE before moving on to examine more sophisticated techniques that will make your programs stand out from the crowd. Examples throughout illustrate techniques to allow you to maximize your productivity in the VS.NET environment.
Chapter 1: Laying the Foundation ĚTransactions, Data Access, and Application Architectures
Chapter 2: Data Access Using Visual Basic .NET
Chapter 3: SQL Server and Visual Basic .NET
Chapter 4: ASP.NET
Chapter 5: Web Services, SOAP, and Visual Basic .NET
Chapter 6: Distributed Applications Using Visual Basic .NET and COM+
Chapter 7: Interoperability
Chapter 8:.NET Remoting and Components
Chapter 9: Debugging and Troubleshooting
Chapter 10: Case Study: IBuyAdventure.NET 2.0