How to ADO.NET SqlDataReader
SqlDataReader Object provides a connection oriented data access to the SQL Server data Sources. ExecuteReader() in the SqlCommand Object send the SQL statements to SqlConnection Object and populate a SqlDataReader Object based on the SQL statement.
When the ExecuteReader method in SqlCommand Object execute , it instantiate a SqlClient.SqlDataReader Object. When started to read from a DataReader it should always be open and positioned prior to the first record. The Read() method in the DataReader is used to read the rows from DataReader and it always moves forward to a new valid row, if any row exist .
connetionString = "Data Source=ServerName;Initial Catalog=DatabaseName;User ID=UserName;Password=Password"
sql = "Your SQL Statement Here , like Select * from product"
You have to replace the string with your realtime variables.
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