This workshop will help reinforce the concepts covered in today's lesson.


1:Do strongly typed DataSet classes rely on the implementation or interface inheritance as supplied by the common language runtime?
A1: A strongly typed DataSet class is an example of utilizing the implementation inheritance feature of the common language runtime. This means that the derived class inherits not only the method signatures but also their functionality, and can override that functionality as desired.
2:What are four ways you can create a strongly typed DataSet?
A2: You have the option of designing a strongly typed DataSet from scratch graphically using the designer, by dragging and dropping the database table on the designer from the Server Explorer ...

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