Using transactions in ADO.NET

Information is critical in today’s information age, but we need to keep the information as consistent with the reality as possible. Database systems holds data and ADO.NET enables to access this data in the backend system, and in order to keep the data consistent while we access the data using ADO.NET, we need to use transactions. A transaction is a set of operations (enabling data interchange between the business entities) where all of them must be successful or fail to ensure consistency on the behavior of the system. A transaction is said to perform a “unit of work” because it does all the work required to update the database to reflect the real-world changes. In this article, I will cover the main principles and techniques concerning transactions using ADO.NET as the data access technology and SQL Server as the Database system in order to build robust enterprise information systems.

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