This article introduces some of the basic data-access performance issues to consider while developing database applications using ADO.NET. It shows you how to analyze network load, load on the database server, un-optimized SQL, opening and closing a connection, fetching a result set, blob access, and metadata retrieval. It then provides suggestions for improving database application performance.
Data Access Performance in ADO.NET
Submitted by Frank 2004-04-25 .NET 2 Comments
I really like articles about developing software – but please not here. This site is about Operating System News (as the name says so please try to reduce the programming tutorials to a bit a smaller scale.
Actually, Martin, the overwhelming majority of OSNews readers are programmers.
Something like 88% according to our last poll.