Using .NET and the ADO.NET Managed Provider with Caché
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Preface : 
 
 
Chapter 1: 
  1.1 Installation and Configuration
1.1.1 Requirements
1.1.2 Installation
1.1.3 Configuring Visual Studio
1.2 Caché .NET Binding Architecture
1.3 The Caché .NET Help File
1.4 The Caché .NET Sample Programs
Chapter 2: 
  2.1 Creating a Connection
2.2 Connection Pooling
2.2.1 Using the CachePoolManager Class
2.3 Caché Server Configuration
2.4 Connection Parameters
2.4.1 Required Parameters
2.4.2 Connection Pooling Parameters
2.4.3 Other Connection Parameters
Chapter 3: 
  3.1 Introduction to Proxy Objects
3.2 Generating Caché Proxy Classes
3.2.1 Using the Caché Object Binding Wizard
3.2.2 Running the Proxy Generator from the Command Line
3.2.3 Generating Proxy Files Programmatically
3.2.4 Adding Proxy Code to a Project
3.2.5 Methods Inherited from Caché System Classes
3.3 Using Proxy Objects
3.3.1 Opening and Reading Objects
3.3.2 Creating and Saving Objects
3.3.3 Closing Proxy Objects
3.3.4 Deleting Persistent Objects from the Database
3.4 Using Caché Queries
3.5 Using Collections and Lists
3.6 Using Relationships
3.7 Using I/O Redirection
Chapter 4: 
  4.1 Introduction to ADO.NET Managed Provider Classes
4.2 Using CacheCommand and CacheDataReader
4.3 Using SQL Queries with CacheParameter
4.4 Using CacheDataAdapter and CacheCommandBuilder
4.5 Using Transactions
Chapter 5: 
  5.1 Using Dynamic Objects
5.1.1 Using Method Signature Objects
5.1.2 Calling Methods
5.1.3 Accessing Properties
5.2 Example: Accessing Sample.Person
5.3 CacheMethodSignature Methods and Properties
Chapter 6: 
  6.1 Setting Up Caché Entity Framework Provider
6.1.1 System Requirements
6.1.2 Run Setup and Set Variables
6.1.3 Copy Files to Visual Studio
6.1.4 Connect Visual Studio to Caché Server
6.1.5 Configure Caché Nuget Local Repository
6.2 Getting Started with Entity Framework
6.2.1 Code First
6.2.2 Set Up a Sample Database
6.2.3 Database First
6.2.4 Model First