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How to add a typed TableAdapter object to a form

Posted on 2007-10-17
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If you run the Add New Data Source Wizard in a C# project to create a new DataSet object in your project, you can then drag that object to a form and automatically a typed DataSet, TableAdapter, BindingSource, and BindingNavigator objects will appear on the form as visual objects on the lower part of the design window.

However, if you add a DataSet and TableAdapter objects manually from a C# DLL into your project, and you drag and drop that DataSet onto a form, all the same objects are created with the exception of the typed TableAdapter object. Unfortunatelly that object does not even appear as an object in the toolbox as the other objects created. Why is that? How can I get the typed TableAdapter to be inserted automatically, or at least appear on the toolbox.
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by:Bob Learned
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If I say that it is because there were different Microsoft developers working on the different wizards, and that is the way that it goes, that probably wouldn't satisfy your curiousity, would it?

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by:adrian_z80
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lol, sorry, but no.

What makes it so confusing for me is that under certain circumstances there actually appears a control in the toolbox named, for example, employeeTableAdapter, which you can just drag and drop on the form. That makes the typed TableAdapter part of the EmployeeForm.Designer.cs file. The problem is I don't know what those "certain circumstances". But I've been trying everything I can thing of to see if I can get the typed TableAdapter control to appear but I've had no success yet.
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Bob Learned earned 1500 total points
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If you don't get a TableAdapter on the designer, you can still access the control in the code module.  I am not sure of what circumstances where this works, unless you are talking about the differences between two distinct operations.

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Then it seems this is one of those "you can't do that" type of questions...

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