CS 112D Visual Basic.NET w/ Databases (4)
Credit, Degree Applicable
PREREQ.: CS 112A
or experience programming with Visual Basic; and CS 150A
or 151A or 155A or experience SQL queries
ADVISE: CS 112B
An intermediate course in computer programming and problem solving using Visual Basic.NET and ADO.NET. Students develop Windows-oriented application programs that interface with databases (SQL Server, Access, or Oracle) using the ADO.NET data access model.
Offered on occasion
This course covers ADO.NET.
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Describe how ADO.NET techniques can be used to allow a .NET program to interface with SQL Server, MySQL, and Oracle databases.
- Outcome 2: Design, implement, and test Visual Basic console and form applications to query and manipulate data from a database using SQL queries and stored procedures.
- Outcome 3: Design and develop applications that use forms and controls and data binding that enable end-user interaction with a database.
- Outcome 4: Implement techniques to enforce data relationships and database integrity using ADO.NET.