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Old September 14th, 2006, 03:12 PM
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Hi all,
What is the difference between connected and disconnected connections?How do they operate?

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Old September 19th, 2006, 07:02 PM
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Basically, the ADO.NET object model contains two types of objects: Connected objects (like Connection, Transaction, DataAdapter, Command, Parameter, and DataReader) and Disconnected objects (like DataSet, DataTable, DataView, DataRow, DataColumn, Constraint, and DataRelation).

Connected objects talk directly to and require (or manage) a live connection to your data source, and connected objects that can retrieve or modify data can only do so in a forward-only, read-only stream (you can’t sort, search, filter, etc.) query results with connected objects in .NET

Disconnected objects don’t require a live connection to your data source. They allow you to close the connection to your data source and continue to work with data in an off-line data cache.

HTH,

Bob






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