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           I am beginner for .net technology.
can any body defferentiate between ado and ado.net

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ADO is for data access from non .NET applications (other windows programming environment such as VB6 or others). ADO.NET is basically the entire library of data access classes in the .NET framework (essentially: System.Data.*).

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Check out the link below for more information:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/904fck4k(vs.71).aspx

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