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System.Data in .NET Core 3.0


Jan 17, 2019 7:18 AM 1+ mon ago

While it doesn’t get a lot of attention, System.Data is crucial for any sort of relational database access in .NET. Also known as ADO.NET in honor of its predecessor, ActiveX Data Objects, System.Data provides a generic framework upon which .NET database drivers can be built. It won’t see a lot of changes in .NET Core 3.0, but for the first time in years we see new methods in a foundational class.Read more.

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