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I made an application that uses datasets to edit/insert/delete data from an Access database and then use the update command to update the database. In my database the id field of my table is an autonumbering field. When I add a row to my dataset, fill it, and use the update command to insert it in my database, I need to somehow retrieve the id field value that my database set during the insert command and put it in my dataset. Is that possible?

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I found the solution here:

http://www.codeproject.com/cs/database/relationaladonet.asp

I will ask a moderator to close the question.

Bye.

.arj
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