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Posted Sunday, November 18, 2012 1:03 PM
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Is there any documentation about the inner workings of the DOT.NET data reader. I mean Sstep by Painful Step.
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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Please don't post multiple threads for the same question.
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1386047-149-1.aspx

As I suggested in the other thread you posted, you're likely to be better off posting this on a .Net forum, not a SQL Server forum. You'll get far better answers to .Net questions on a forum that's focused on .Net.
Maybe the Microsoft forums, maybe StackOverflow.



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Posted Sunday, November 18, 2012 1:34 PM
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GilaMonster (11/18/2012)
Please don't post multiple threads for the same question.
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1386047-149-1.aspx

As I suggested in the other thread you posted, you're likely to be better off posting this on a .Net forum, not a SQL Server forum. You'll get far better answers to .Net questions on a forum that's focused on .Net.
Maybe the Microsoft forums, maybe StackOverflow.


Excuse me Sir, I am a little bit confused about where to post this. I thought that you were telling me to post this in a different forum and there are so many of them, I searched through all of the listed forums and did not find a .NET forum so I posted here thinking this was the best place to post my request for help. I know now that you were telling me to go to a different forum (although you did not make that clear to me) and to post this in an entirely different forum. Maybe I'll learn all there is to know about this forum some day. Again I say, "Excuse my ignorance, I am trying hard to correct that defect in my makeup. Have a good day, Sir. JRichards54
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jrichards54 (11/18/2012)
Excuse me Sir, I am a little bit confused about where to post this. I thought that you were telling me to post this in a different forum


Yes, I said a .Net forum, perhaps StackOverFlow, because a SQL Server site (ie SQLServerCentral) is not the best place to post .Net questions



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Posted Sunday, November 18, 2012 10:01 PM
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Gail is right.
StackOverflow is an excellent resource for all things programming and probably a better place to ask.

But for a quick answer, get yourself DotNet Reflector from RedGate, or one of the many other free reflector tools.
You can then disassemble the entire DotNet source code base, and see just exactly what is going on, line by gory line.
It's a great way to learn your way around c# and the dotNet libraries as well.

Ben
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