Building Distributed Database Applications in .NET Using BDP and DB2 UDB
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Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: September 25, 2003
This article uses the Borland Data Provider (BDP) for .NET that ships with Borland C#Builder for data access from IBM DB2 Universal Database (UDB). It introduces the basics of .NET remoting and shows how to remote data from one tier to another; and it shows how to convert the raw data into meaningful information, either by the clients updating the presented data or by running the data through some business rules on various tiers of the distributed application, using ADO.NET Dataset for data manipulation on the client.
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