.NET Articles


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An Easy Drive to .NET [March 2014]
by Christian Shay
Take advantage of the compact, easily deployable Oracle Data Provider for .NET, Managed Driver.

Distinctive Database Development [October 2011]
by Christian Shay
Use Entity Framework with Oracle Data Provider for .NET.

Build a .NET Application on the Oracle Database with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 [June 2011]
by John Paul Cook
Learn the basic yet essential processes involved in building a .NET application that uses an Oracle database.

Line Up Your Applications
[14-Oct-2009]
by Christian Shay
Write messaging applications with ODP.NET and Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing.

Put Your Arrays in a Bind
[19-Aug-2009]
by Mark Williams
Use array binding to reduce network round-trips and increase performance.

The Full Set [01-June-2009]
by Christian Shay
Use Microsoft Visual Studio for the complete .NET and Oracle Database development lifecycle.

The Right Transaction [01-May-2009]
by Mark A. Williams
Choose the ODP.NET transaction type that fits your business rules.

Instant ODP.NET Deployment [01-Nov-2008]
by Mark A. Williams
Deploy ODP.NET applications instantly with Oracle Data Access Components.

Customize the Experience [01-Sep-2008]
by Mark A. Williams
Use the built-in capabilities of ODP.NET to provide globalization and personalization.

Build a .NET Application on the Oracle Database with Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 [30-Sept-2008]
by John Paul Cook
Learn the basic yet essential processes involved in building a .NET application that uses an Oracle database (with Visual Studio 2005/2008).

Cache Payback [23-June-2008]
by Mark A. Williams
Put performance in your pocket with the client result cache.

It Takes All Types [01-May-2008]
by Christian Shay
Build applications with Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio and Oracle user-defined types.

Using PL/SQL Associative Arrays [17-Jan-2007]
by Mark A. Williams
Bring the power of PL/SQL stored procedures to ODP.NET.

Debugging PL/SQL from .NET [28-Aug-2006]
by Mark A. Williams
Debug PL/SQL in Microsoft Visual Studio with Oracle Developer Tools. 

Improve ODP.NET Performance [01-Jul-2006]
by Mark A. Williams
Take advantage of connection pooling, fetch size controls, and statement caching.

Following the Changes, Part Two [01-May-2006]
by Mark A. Williams
Use database change notification with ODP.NET and Oracle Database 10 g Release 2.

Following the Changes, Part One [01-Mar-2006]
by Mark A. Williams
Use database change notification with ODP.NET and Oracle Database 10 g Release 2.

Cursor In, Cursor Out
[01-Jan-2006]
by Mark A. Williams
The easy way to send a ref cursor to PL/SQL with ODP.NET and Oracle Database 10 g Release 2