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Programming Microsoft® ADO.NET 2.0 Core Reference, 2nd Edition by David Sceppa

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Working with DataSet Objects in Visual Studio

You now know a great deal about the structure of DataSet objects and how to create them in code. But, man, that’s a lot of code to write! Let’s look at some features of the Visual Studio development environment that you can use to create DataSet objects with a lot less effort.

Creating Strongly Typed DataSets in Visual Studio

If you’ve used previous versions of Visual Studio and you’re trying to create a strongly typed DataSet in Visual Studio 2005, you might be a bit confused initially. For example, the Generate DataSet option in the main menu and context menus is gone. The functionality still exists, but it has been moved, renamed, and retooled. We’ll discuss strongly typed DataSets and creating them ...

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