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ADO.NET Programming in Visual Basic™ .NET by Bob Howell, Steve Holzner

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Typed DataSets

Typed DataSets are the easiest to demonstrate. We’ve already seen how to use these in previous chapters but for completeness let’s quickly go over a demo. Let’s use a version of the demo we’ve already created. To create a typed DataSet we use the Create DataSet wizard that is available when right-clicking the DataAdapter. When we create a typed DataSet using the wizard, the DataSet wizard gets its information from the DataAdapter. It then uses this information to generate a class based on the schema it retrieves from the database. Once the class is generated, the wizard then creates a DataSet that is an instance of the class. We will not go through this demonstration step by step because we’ve done this numerous times. Let’s use ...

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