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I have a dataset called "LoginDS" that I designed at design time (add->new item->dataset).  It has only one datatable called "Login". I want to load data to it manually because the connection string is dynamic. How can I do that?

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something like this:
Dim dsLogin As WindowsApplication4.DataSet1
        dsLogin = New WindowsApplication4.DataSet1()
        Dim dsLoginRow As WindowsApplication4.DataSet1.LoginRow = dsLogin.Login.NewLoginRow()
        dsLoginRow.LoginName = "Sameer"
        dsLogin.Login.AddLoginRow(dsLoginRow)

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