This course will provide the student with practical knowledge of developing and implementing client-server systems. Topics will include DDL, DML, host based processing, designing complex queries, stored procedures, triggers, using object-oriented programming and ADO .NET frameworks. Use of LINQ and lambda expressions will be covered. The course will use Visual Studio and C# to build client-server systems.
- Review of Object-Oriented Programming in C# using Visual Studio
- LINQ and lambda expressions in C#
- Windows Forms programming
- Tables and Views
- Stored procedures and triggers
- ADO.NET basics
- Data Query and Manipulation with ADO.NET
- Effective communication with team members
Methods of Instruction
Lecture, seminar, and hands-on projects
Means of Assessment
10% - 15%
15% - 25%
30% - 35%
30% - 40%
**In order to pass the course, students must, in addition to receiving an overall course grade of 50%, also achieve a grade of at least 50% on the combined weighted examination components (including quizzes, tests, exams).
The student will be able to:
- Construct complex queries, set operators, and user-defined stored procedures
- Demonstrate the use of a Visual Studio .NET to build a client-server system
- Demonstrate the use of ADO .NET frameworks in building an application
- Describe ADO data providers, datasets, data adapters, connections, and frameworks
- Explain the basic concepts of reading//writing XML
- Explain how XML is incorporated in the .NET environment
- Demonstrate the use of SQL Server//MySQL incorporated with Visual Studio .NET
A grade of C or better in the following courses: CSIS 2300 and (CSIS 1175 or CMPT 1110).
No corequisite courses.
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