From DataSet Objects to ADO Recordset Objects

Binding an ADO Recordset object to a .NET application is a one-way process that works seamlessly only for loading ADO data into .NET data structures. A number of design reasons make this binding quite acceptable from the .NET viewpoint, but when your main requirement is working with the existing middle and data tiers, to update data, you might need to convert .NET data objects back into ADO Recordset objects. The Recordset object is then passed as an input argument to another method on a COM or COM+ middle-tier component.

An ADO Recordset object is a publicly created object that can work disconnected from a data source. After you have created a new instance of the object, you add some fields and ...

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