Hello I read somewhere that everytime i compile my vs2005 c# windows form application it overwrite the database, or empties it of the info u put in while ur app was running. So if I added 10 records while it was running they will not be there when i run my app the next time.
How do i stop this and make the database changes persist from one compile to the next?
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