Data Integration, Database Environments, and XML Handling with Visual Basic 2005
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To identify how to configure database connections and handle XML data in Windows Forms applications
Individuals who wish to use the .NET Framework 2.0 with Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Basic 2005 to develop Windows-based client applications; individuals preparing for the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0: Windows-Based Client Development (70-526) certification exam
Thorough knowledge of software development concepts and the process of building business applications; experience building Windows-based applications with the Microsoft .NET Framework; working experience of Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Basic 2005
Data Integration, Database Environments, and XML Handling with Visual Basic 2005identify how to configure and manage database connections in Windows forms.identify how to implement data-bound controls and configure data sources in Windows forms.identify how to create connection pools, use connection events to detect database information, handle exceptions, and perform transactions in Web forms.connect to a database, create a bound control, and write database queries with exception handling in a Windows Forms application, given a scenario.identify the key objects and commands used for connected environments in Windows Forms.identify the key objects and commands used for asynchronous operations in connected environments in Windows Forms.identify the code used to create and configure DataSets for disconnected database environments in Windows forms.identify how to perform key operations in disconnected database environments using the DataAdapter class in Windows forms.complete the code to configure data source access by a Windows Form application, in both connected and disconnected environments.identify the code for key XML Document Object Model (DOM) operations in Windows Forms.identify the code for key XML read and write classes in Windows forms.complete the code to read and write data, create and modify a node, and handle DOM events for an XML document, given a scenario.