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The differences between Typed and untyped databases

Hi,

As mentioned else where I am new to VB.net database programming.. and although I feel I am progressing rapidly I still can't figure out the difference between typed and untyped databases...  !!

At one point I came to think that typed databases are the ones you build by letting VB create the objects connecting your interface to the database (SQL connection, SQL data adapter and dataset) while untyped databases are the ones where you create the said objects through code..

Obviously I was wrong... so.... would some one offer the clearest explanation of the difference between the two....
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tariqanis2001
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sriramiyerCommented:
Hello tariqanis2001,

You can try this sample code from microsoft. Check out this link;

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9cff63fa-38dd-4494-b287-c949608615b1&displaylang=en

I hope that this will clear your doubt..

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SriRamIyer.
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tariqanis2001Author Commented:
It appears that I can't  get the sample application to run connect to Northwind database on SQL server 2005 express which is the only SQL server I have... I tried running the script that comes with the file and also tried attaching the database, but the sample application failes to see the connection and keeps instructing me to have the database installed on SQL Server...

I will settle for an explanation from you or a different sample to clarify the difference
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pradapkumarCommented:
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pradapkumarCommented:
congrats sriramiyer sir.
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