Best Way to Access a Database


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Gabe Matteson

How would you recommend the best way to access a database? By 'best' I mean,
what solution would allow me to modify the data as much as possible, e.g.
layout on the web page etc. I know in ASP 3, going through the data and
using recordsets i could output the data all over the place, but with a
datagrid or gridview, i am assuming it is stuck within that control? yes?
just started using dotnet so any tips would be great, thank you
 
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Alexey Smirnov

Gabe Matteson said:
How would you recommend the best way to access a database? By 'best' I
mean, what solution would allow me to modify the data as much as possible,
e.g. layout on the web page etc. I know in ASP 3, going through the data
and using recordsets i could output the data all over the place, but with
a datagrid or gridview, i am assuming it is stuck within that control?
yes? just started using dotnet so any tips would be great, thank you


http://samples.gotdotnet.com/quicks...ms/ctrlref/webctrl/datagrid/doc_datagrid.aspx
 
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Michael Nemtsev

Hello Gabe,

Start from these official Data Tutorials http://asp.net/learn/dataaccess/default.aspx?tabid=63

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GM> How would you recommend the best way to access a database? By 'best'
GM> I mean, what solution would allow me to modify the data as much as
GM> possible, e.g. layout on the web page etc. I know in ASP 3, going
GM> through the data and using recordsets i could output the data all
GM> over the place, but with a datagrid or gridview, i am assuming it is
GM> stuck within that control? yes? just started using dotnet so any
GM> tips would be great, thank you
GM>
 

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