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500pts: Typed datasets have a modifier of Internal?

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Hi there,

Can anyone help?

When I create a typed dataset it has a modifier of Internal ... which means it is only available in the assembly where it is created...

So i need to update all internal to public??? Is there an easier way or a more correct way of doing this rather than doing a search and replace..

Doing a search and replace, does this invalidate anything?

Thanks in advance

Ian
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Daniel Van Der Werken earned 500 total points
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You pretty-much have to search and replace.  It would be hard to tell what effects this has on the overall system.

Make a copy of your solution, do the search and replace, build and test.
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ok thanks..
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