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Web Programming Chapter 6 Review Questions 1. Which of the following statements is true of ADO.NET? a. ADO.NET uses a disconnected architecture meaning that database connections are closed after use. b. ADO.NET will only work with Access databases. c. ADO.NET only works with desktop applications. To create Internet applications that manage data, you ADOI.NET d. all of the above e. none of the above 2. Which of the following statements applies to creating a database connection using ADO.NET? a. Because ADO.NET uses a disconnected architecture, connections are not used. b. A provider establishes a link between an ADO.NET connection and the database. c. To create a connection, you create an instance of the Connection control on the form. d. The connection is visible to the user. e. none of the above 3. What is the purpose of the DataAdapter? a. It is used to adapt different type of databases so that they will function with ADO.NET. b. ADO.NET does not support the DataAdapter.
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c. To create a DataAdapter, you create an instance of the DataAdapter control on the form, which is visible to the user at run time. d. It is used to send commands over a connection so as to retrieve data. e. none of the above 4. What is the name of the method of the DataAdapter that you call to populate a DataSet with records? a.
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