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bulk update operations in vb.net

Posted on 2008-09-29
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How can I Do bulk update.
For example I have editable grid ,user is edting the grid and storing into
dataset. I have to update all the changes into DB. I need to update only the
changed records or fileds.
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platoconsultant

you want to execute all operation in transaction..
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you can get the changes through dataset and through table adapters you can update your data to data base
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