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Rebuild Dataset with new columns in table

Posted on 2008-11-06
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I have a VB.net project that is using Datasets and bound controlls to a SQL Express Database file. (.mdf).

Everything works fine but now I need to add a column to one of the tables in the database. How do I rebuild the dataset without erasing the old one. All my SQL-queries are saved in the dataset designer.
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OK, Off course, when I posted the question after looking on the Internet for a solution for hours, I solved it by going through Visual Studio.

In the Datasources Window you can right click the dataset and run the configuration wizzard again.
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