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Introducing the Mimer SQL Data Provider
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The Mimer SQL Data Provider allows an application to access Mimer SQL database servers using the ADO.NET data-access model. ADO.NET is a disconnected, n-tier data-access model integrated with XML and XSD. ADO.NET consists of two main components: the .NET Data Provider and a DataSet. The Data Provider defines how data is accessed from a relational database, and the DataSet defines the representation for this data in memory.

The Mimer SQL Data Provider adheres closely to the ADO.NET specification and also has tight integration with Windows forms and ASP.NET development environments like Visual Studio.

For complete examples and additional information please visit the Mimer SQL developer site.

For more information about ADO.NET in general visit the ADO.NET on MSDN.

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Architecture of the Mimer SQL Data Provider.
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How to convert an application to the Mimer SQL Data Provider.
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