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  • LINQ means "language-integrated query". It is a technology that lets you embed queries inside a programming language such as VB.Net or C#. The queries "look like" SQL, but they do not necessarily relate to a database. For example, you can use LINQ-to-objects to perform a query over a collection in memory.

    ADO.NET is a set of libraries that allow you to access databases (or other external resources such as Excel spreadsheets if you use the correct drivers). These libraries provide classes that encapsulate the access to those external resources so that you can use in your .Net programs a common set of instructions that make abstraction of the protocols used natively by the different sources of data.

    You can use LINQ-to-ADO.NET to write in your program LINQ queries that operate on ADO.NET DataSets. You can also use LINQ-to-SQL to access a SQL Server Database. The libraries that implement internally the communication to the database when you are using LINQ-to-SQL are actually implemented by means of ADO.NET.

     

    Tuesday, July 5, 2011 7:37 AM

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  • LINQ means "language-integrated query". It is a technology that lets you embed queries inside a programming language such as VB.Net or C#. The queries "look like" SQL, but they do not necessarily relate to a database. For example, you can use LINQ-to-objects to perform a query over a collection in memory.

    ADO.NET is a set of libraries that allow you to access databases (or other external resources such as Excel spreadsheets if you use the correct drivers). These libraries provide classes that encapsulate the access to those external resources so that you can use in your .Net programs a common set of instructions that make abstraction of the protocols used natively by the different sources of data.

    You can use LINQ-to-ADO.NET to write in your program LINQ queries that operate on ADO.NET DataSets. You can also use LINQ-to-SQL to access a SQL Server Database. The libraries that implement internally the communication to the database when you are using LINQ-to-SQL are actually implemented by means of ADO.NET.

     

    Tuesday, July 5, 2011 7:37 AM
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    paritala.ramanjaneyulu
    Thursday, July 7, 2011 3:58 AM