Connecting your data


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Connecting your data

A nice improvement for our application would be to store our searches in a database. Visual Studio contains a number of useful data tools. We'll look at the Data Sources window, and the drag-and-drop binding in his movie. I'm inside Visual Studio. I've opened the Solution called InfoReaderData, which contains one project called InfoReaderV4. I've got this MainWindow.xaml file, which is a continuation from the other movies in this chapter. I'm going to take the information when you click on either of these search buttons, and I'm going to store it in the database.

Then I'm going to show you your history of your searches over in this list box on the History tab. The first thing I need to do is add a database. To do that, I'm going to go to my project, right-click, and choose Add > Existing Item. Then I'm going to navigate out to my Desktop, find the Exercise Files folder, and look in the Assets folder. Be sure and change this dropdown to show All Files. Fo...

Connecting your data
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Connecting your data provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Walt Ritscher as part of the Visual Studio 2010 Essential Training

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