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in designer mode i added a few datasets which are shown in the DataSources window. how do i delete one of them?
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are u talkin about tables within the datasets????? if so just click on the table and hit delete.....
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If you delete the relevant dataset in the Solution Explorer pane, the related datasource should disappear from the Data Sources pane.  Just a warning, though.  I've found my version - VB.NET 2005 Express - a bit clunky on things like this.  More than once if I've moved too quickly from doing something like that to changing panes or trying to build it has corrupted the files and/or hung.  So take it steady, and save after each successful step ;-)

Roger
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roger, that worked fine i first excluded the dataset from the project in the Solution Explorer just in case, tested a bit and when everything worked fine i finally deleted it.
thanks for your answer
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