Powerful JSON Application Integration
The JSON ADO.NET Provider offers the most natural way to access JSON data from any .NET application. Simply use JSON Data Provider objects to connect and access data just as you would access any traditional database. You will be able to use the JSON Data Provider through Visual Studio Server Explorer, in code through familiar classes, and in data controls like DataGridView, GridView, DataSet, etc.
1-2-3 Easy Steps to JSON Integration
Connecting .NET applications to JSON has never been easier. The JSON Data Provider offers read-write access to JSON, through an easy way to use Data Provider interface that every .NET developer is familiar with.
The JSON Data Provider effectively makes JSON look exactly like a database to your applications. If you want to integrate your applications with JSON and you have ever written Transact-SQL, then JSON Data Provider is definitely for you!
Using the JSON Data Provider
The JSON Data Provider wraps the complexity of accessing JSON services in an easy-to-integrate, fully managed ADO.NET Data Provider. Applications then access JSON through the JSON Data Provider with simple Transact-SQL.
The CData ADO.NET Provider for JSON hides the complexity of accessing data and provides additional powerful security features, smart caching, batching, socket management, and more.
Working with DataAdapters, DataSets, DataTables, etc.
The JSON Data Provider has the same ADO.NET architecture as the native .NET data providers for SQL Server and OLEDB, including: JSONConnection, JSONCommand, JSONDataAdapter, JSONDataReader, JSONDataSource, JSONParameter, etc. Because of this you can now access JSON data in an easy, familiar way.
More Than Read-Only: Full Update/CRUD Support
JSON Data Provider goes beyond read-only functionality to deliver full support for Create, Read Update, and Delete operations (CRUD). Your end-users can interact with the data presented by the JSON Data Provider as easily as interacting with a database table.
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