Overview of topic: C# and Databases C# is quite a versatile language and when it comes to databases there are not many out there in the world that C# cannot connect to and use. There are a lot of code libraries that have been written, mainly by the database manufacture. But what is a database, a database is a collection of information that is organized so that it can easily be accessed, managed, and updated. In one view, databases can be classified according to types of content: bibliographic, full-text, numeric, and images. ADO.NET are a group of libraries used to create databases using various sources that include Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, Oracle, XML, etc. ADO.NET relies on the .NET Framework′s various classes to process requests and perform the transition between a database system and the user. The operations are typically handled through the Data Set class. While ADO.NET is the concept of creating and managing database systems, the Data Set class serves as an intermediary between the database engine and the user interface, namely the Windows controls that the user uses to interact with the computer. Still, remember that a Data Set object is used to manage lists, any lists, not just those created using database environments such as Microsoft SQL Server or Microsoft Access. Besides using features of a database in an ADO.NET application, you can also fully take advantage of XML as it is completely and inherently supported by the Data Set class. To fully support XML in your application that the .NET Framework is equipped with the System.Xml.dll library. ADO.NET allows you to work with various types of databases. This also means that when you create an application. You must certainly first specify the type of database system you would be using. Instruction : write a paper on C# and Databases. What are the Pros and Cons of using a database in a program?