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ASP.NET - MVC Music Store Part 1We are using ASP.NET (Framework 2) and setting database connection strings (SQL2005) in web.config.We are currently using "providerName=SqlServer".All our data accesses are done using System.Data.SqlClient - should we therefore change to providerName=System.Data.SqlClient? I find many examples of this providerName on the web, but very little explaining what providerName=SqlServer actually means.Is there a difference? I'm worried that the providerName we currently specify is actually referencing a legacy (and maybe slower) client, or is there an even more efficient client than SqlClient for use with ASP.NET?-----System.Data.SqlClient is the .NET Framework Data Provider for SQL Server. ie .NET library for SQL Server.
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