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Posted Sunday, November 18, 2012 7:55 AM
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Is there documentation somewhere that explains the inner workings of the Data Reader? I mean absolutely step by painful step. Thanks, JRichards54
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Posted Sunday, November 18, 2012 10:02 AM


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Do you mean the .Net SQLDataReader class?


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Posted Sunday, November 18, 2012 11:45 AM
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GilaMonster (11/18/2012)
Do you mean the .Net SQLDataReader class?


Yes Sir, I do. I just did not know how to identify it correctly in my posting. I am using SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio 2005, and trying to learn DOT.NET as I like the idea of a full blown object oriented programming language. Through the years I have studied C, C++, VB6, and now I am tackling VB DOT.NET but I got sidetracked lately into SQL Server 2005 simply because I have a book "Microsoft ADO.NET 2.0" authored by Rebecca Riordan that I purchased several months ago and I had not studied it before now. But it bothers me greatly to have programming books on the shelf that I do not understand, so, I got it off the shelf and have been studying it for several weeks now. I sure appreciate the help that I have received from this forum. To learn ADO.NET without this help would be, I believe, either impossible or extreemly difficult (with the survival rate about like my blood type ( AB- with three out of a thousand)). JRichards54
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I'd suggest you post this question on a .Net forum (or maybe somewhere like StackOverflow). The functioning and internals of the SQLDataReader is all .Net, nothing within SQL Server itself, hence this is probably not the best place to ask (we're DBAs and database developers mostly, not .Net programmers)

Also, deep knowledge of the internals is not necessary in order to use the .Net classes



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