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MHSoft AdoAdapter for MsSQL-Server, MS-Access, (MySQL coming soon)

We are looking for a sales partner

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Updating data sources with just 1 method, even it is an SQL-JOIN-STRING.
The Adoadapter does not restrict ADO.NET, but offers an option to

put away those 6 objects, which are listed below. So their methods and propertys are not needed as well.
The 'AdoAdapter' does not need any declaration of those objects.
Fill a DataSet, and save the modified records are reduce on 2 code lines.


This are the 6 objects which are normally hardly needed using the ADO.NET library, even within a simple database frontend. Using our AdoAdapter means: There is no need to know them, no need to declare them, no need to know how they work together or any of it.
The AdoAdapter is a little DLL-file, usabale for C# or VB.NET projects (WPF, Winform or ASP).


SqlClient

  • SQLConnection
  • SQLDataAdapter
  • SQLCommand
  • SQLCommandbuilder
  • SQLParameter
  • SQLTransaction

OleDb

  • OleDbConnection
  • OleDbDataAdapter
  • OleDbCommand
  • OleDbCommandbuilder
  • OleDbParameter
  • OleDbTransaction
Just 2 methods to fill, modify and save records. Even by using of a sql-join-string.

Because of the use of the AdoAdapter, ADO.NET can be used, without intellectually going into it.


This Video
schows how to became free of those six objects, which are written above.





This Video
gives a short overview about: Update modified records with just one methode, even the DataSet was filled with an SQL-JOIN-STRING.




Because of the use of the AdoAdapter, ADO.NET can be used, without intellectually going into it.

Download a VB.NET WPF Project, called:'Wpf_AdoAdapterEN_Banken'
This project expects to add the database manually, to the server.
The database contains fictitious bank addresses


Download a C# WinForm Project, called:'WinAppAdoAdapterMsSQL_CS_Banks'
This project expects to add the database manually, to the server.
The database contains fictitious bank addresses


Download a C# WinForm Project, called:'WinAppAdoAdapterMsSQL_CS_DBClassic'
This project will create a database called 'DB_Classic'

We are looking
for a software company which likes to became a sales partner, especially regarding advertising. Possible form of a contract already exist.

The key feature
of our AdoAdapter is: This 6 classes of the ado.net library (SqlClient:SQLConnection,SQLDataAdapter,SQLCommand,SQLCommandbuilder,
SQLParameter,SQLTransaction, same for OleDb, MySqlClient soon) are not needed for any developer who uses it.
Because of the one-methode-way the AdoAdapter offers, ADO.NET can be used, without intellectually going into it.
(The Video illustrates this.)

With a first look
it might seem like nothing but a wrapper or some which reduses codelines.
So I like to repeat, - ADO.NET can be used, without intellectually going into it. Especially in case of a datagrid which was filled with an SQL-JOIN-STRING.

The logic
is not strongly linked to this WinForm-Application, but can also be used in WPF or ASP.NET.

We see potential customers,
especially where the development of database frontends is planned, with as little effort as possible.

The 3 trial versions
expects a ms-sql-server where the files needs to be add.

Download a VB.NET WPF Project, called:'Wpf_AdoAdapterEN_Banken'
This project expects to add the database manually, to the server.
The database contains fictitious bank addresses


Download a C# WinForm Project, called:'WinAppAdoAdapterMsSQL_CS_Banks'
This project expects to add the database manually, to the server.
The database contains fictitious bank addresses


Download a C# WinForm Project, called:'WinAppAdoAdapterMsSQL_CS_DBClassic'
This project will create a database called 'DB_Classic'

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