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Sams Teach Yourself ADO.NET in 24 Hours by Paul Bertucci, Jason Lefebvre

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Typed DataSets in Visual Studio .NET

In Visual Studio .NET, you will frequently be adding typed datasets to forms or components to manipulate data, bind controls to the dataset, and so on. Remember, when you add a dataset, you are really creating an instance of the typed DataSet class on your form or component. The dataset must be in your project for you to use it. Just as you did before, you will have to generate this typed dataset somehow. There are a few places where the typed dataset can come from. The first is by generating it in another form or component in your project. Or, you could create it manually (as we did earlier) and pull it into your project to use. And lastly, you can create a reference to an XML Web service or another component ...

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