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Row returned from Database to an Entity object

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Hi All,
 In my application, i am reading a set of columns from the database. The row returned has to be converted to an C# object. I could have created a class with attributes and set the attributes when data is read. However, the columns i read vary based on a configuration file. Is there a way to convert the data returned from the Database into an object.
Thanks,
Preetham.
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Not very easily.... And it won't be strongly-typed, so I can't see the advantage.  Why don't you just work with the System.Data.DataRow object?
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