The manual attached below describes the Polyhedra ADO.NET Data Provider. The Polyhedra ADO.NET Data Provider allows a .NET application to access data stored in a Polyhedra database. A .NET application is written using the .NET Framework, which is a software framework developed by Microsoft. It provides language interoperability across several programming languages, e.g. C#, C++, J#, VB, and a large class library. Programs written for the .NET Framework execute in the Common Language Runtime (CLR), which is an application virtual machine. ADO.NET is the part of .NET that provides access to data and data services, and is the common way to access and modify data stored in relational database systems. An ADO.NET data provider is a software component that interacts with a data source. It is analogous to an OLE DB provider or ODBC / JDBC drivers.To view the manual online, click on the name of the manual below; you will have to be logged on to a Google account to do this. To download the file for off-line viewing, click on the downwards pointing arrow at the end of the line or click on this link. Customers who have developer licenses for a full version of Polyhedra (on any platform) can download a ZIP file containing the full set of Polyhedra reference manuals: contact the Polyhedra help desk for instructions on accessing this.
The Polyhedra ADO.NET Data Provider describes a collection of classes used to access a Polyhedra database. The classes are located in the
In addition to the standard features of an ADO.NET data provider, the Polyhedra ADO.NET Data Provider also supports Polyhedra specific features such as fault tolerance, active queries and safe-commit. These Polyhedra specific features are described in section 3 of the manual.
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