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Using the DataTable and DataSet

  • William R. Vaughn
  • Peter Blackburn

Abstract

We’ve come a long way toward learning about ADO.NET, but so far I’ve glossed over most of the details you need to understand ADO.NET’s newest concept: the DataSet. Well, it’s all new for ADOc developers. The ADO.NET DataSet is basically a collection of DataTable objects with a mechanism to tie the tables together rela­tionally and manage those tables as related sets of data. It also serves as a data source for bound controls. This means you won’t need a separate data source con­trol—such as an ADO Data Control—to bind resultsets to data-aware controls.

Keywords

DataTable Object Visual Studio DataType Property DataSet Class DataSet Object 
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  • William R. Vaughn
  • Peter Blackburn

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