To identify how to configure database connections and handle XML data in Windows Forms applications
- Database Connections in Windows Forms - identify how to configure and manage database connections in Windows forms.
- Data-bound Controls in Windows Forms - identify how to implement data-bound controls and configure data sources in Windows forms.
- Connection Pooling, Exceptions, and Transactions - identify how to create connection pools, use connection events to detect database information, handle exceptions, and perform transactions in Web forms.
- Creating a Database-connected Windows Forms Application - connect to a database, create a bound control, and write database queries with exception handling in a Windows Forms application, given a scenario.
- Connected Database Environments in Windows Forms - identify the key objects and commands used for connected environments in Windows forms.
- Asynchronous and BLOB Operations - identify the key objects and commands used for asynchronous operations in connected environments in Windows Forms.
- DataSets in Disconnected Database Environments - identify the code used to create and configure DataSets for disconnected database environments in Windows forms.
- DataAdapters in Disconnected Environments - identify how to perform key operations in disconnected database environments using the DataAdapter class in Windows forms.
- Working in Connected and Disconnected Environments - complete the code to configure data source access by a Windows Form application, in both connected and disconnected environments.
- The XML Document Object Model - identify the code for key XML Document Object Model (DOM) operations in Windows forms.
- XML Classes in Windows Forms - identify the code for key XML read and write classes in Windows forms.
- Handling XML Data in a Windows Forms Application - complete the code to read and write data, create and modify a node, and handle DOM events for an XML document, given a scenario.
Individuals who wish to use the .NET Framework 2.0 with Visual Studio 2005 and C# 2005 to develop Windows-based client applications; individuals preparing for the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 – Windows-Based Client Development (70-526) certification exam