The CData ADO.NET Provider for PreEmptive Analytics gives developers the power to easily connect .NET applications to PreEmptive Analytics data, including TamperSummary, FeaturesSummary, ExceptionsSummary, and more! The PreEmptive Analytics Data Provider makes this PreEmptive Analytics data look like SQL tables in your applications. With the CData ADO.NET Provider for PreEmptive Analytics developers can simply DataBind to data, just like using SQL Server.
The offers the most natural way to access PreEmptive Analytics data from any .NET application. Simply use objects to connect and access data just as you would access any traditional database. You will be able to use the through Visual Studio Server Explorer, in code through familiar classes, and in data controls like DataGridView, GridView, DataSet, etc.
The wraps the complexity of accessing PreEmptive Analytics services in an easy-to-integrate, fully managed ADO.NET Data Provider. Applications then access PreEmptive Analytics through the with simple Transact-SQL.
The hides the complexity of accessing data and provides additional powerful security features, smart caching, batching, socket management, and more.
The has the same ADO.NET architecture as the native .NET data providers for SQL Server and OLEDB, including: PreEmptiveAnalyticsConnection, PreEmptiveAnalyticsCommand, PreEmptiveAnalyticsDataAdapter, PreEmptiveAnalyticsDataReader, PreEmptiveAnalyticsDataSource, PreEmptiveAnalyticsParameter, etc. Because of this you can now access PreEmptive Analytics data in an easy, familiar way.
With traditional approaches to remote access, performance bottlenecks can spell disaster for applications. Regardless if an application is created for internal use, a commercial project, web, or mobile application, slow performance can rapidly lead to project failure. Accessing data from any remote source has the potential to create these problems. Common issues include:
The solves these issues by supporting powerful smart caching technology that can greatly improve the performance and dramatically reduce application bottlenecks.
Smart caching is a configurable option that works by storing queried data into a local database. Enabling smart caching creates a persistent local cache database that contains a replica of data retrieved from the remote source. The cache database is small, lightweight, blazing-fast, and it can be shared by multiple connections as persistent storage.
Caching with our ADO.NET Providers is highly configurable, including options for:
This powerful caching functionality increases application performance and allows applications to disconnect and continue limited functioning without writing code for additional local storage and/or data serialization/deserialization.
More information about ADO.NET Provider caching and best caching practices is available in the included help files.
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