Sometimes you need to have a C# windows form application run in full screen mode. Like you see on a kiosk at a mall or some stand alone machine. It's fairly easy you just need to set some of the properties on the Form either in it's OnLoad method or directly in the designer.
In the OnLoad method of the main Form set these values, or again set them directly in the designer.
Let's say your writing some data to the database and you need to make it transactional. You know where you need to rollback multiple statements or use multiple statements in one go. Normally you would do this in the database itself. But I have found a few times where you have to do this in .net. My latest was using mySQL to get the new index after I did an insert. I found the SQL to do so would work fine in a mySQL command prompt or in the phpMyAdmin SQL pane but their .net ODBC driver simply wouldn't allow it. Epic .net fail mySQL I guess your love for PHP has clouded your vision. So you end up needing to wrap up multiple SQL calls in a transaction to accomplish this. I have also had to do this it SQLSERVER but not on a scale like this. But regardless this is how you can use a .net transaction with multiple SQL statements.
You need to create an OdbcConnection. Then an OdbcCommand and OdbcTransaction. Set the command and transactions connection to the connection ope…