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Typed dataset and datarelation

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Hi Experts,

I build a typed dataset with Visual Studio.
All tables are dynamically generated, so I can use them in my code.

But datarelations don't appear. Is it normal ?
Or the only way is to use .Relation[string relationname] object.

I want to know if a datarelation is built dynamically by VS or not.

Thanks.
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Question by:noulouk
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by:eternal_21
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This is normal.  The DataRelation is built by the MSDataSetGenerator, but declared as private.
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Thanks eternal 21.
So you mean the datarelation isn't generate dynamically and finally the only way is to use .Relation[string relationname] object.
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The DataRelation *is* generated dynamically, but it is generated as a private variable, and is thus not accessable from outside of the DataSet class.  You are correct that the only way to use it is through the DataSet.Relations property.

It's too bad the Microsoft didn't have the generator create public properties for each of the Relations, as they do for the DataTables!
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by:noulouk
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I'm agree with you.
Hope it will change in future version.
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You could always edit your DataSet.cs file (produced by the generator), and set the Build Action of your DataSet to None (or remove it from your project), and then add your own public properties and methods.
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Don't forget to edit your Visual Studio Solution file, so you can see the .cs file in your project!
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