Add a Dataset in a class

Posted on 2009-04-30
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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Hi Experts
How can I create a dataset in the class? Are there tools that I can drag and drop like on a from or do I have to code it all by hand.
Question by:DjJohnny
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Well you could just create a Dataset object and use that in your code by referencing it...that's if you want to use a wizard...otherwise you would create a dataset just as you would in aspnet..

Author Comment

ID: 24272912
Thank You ,

I have never programed in asp.net. I have some datasets in my project that I would like to use. Since I can not just drag and drop them on to my class like a form. How would I do it.
Thank You
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CodeCruiser earned 1000 total points
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If you have typed datasets in your project, you can instantiate them using a statement like this

dim ds as new ProductsDataset

Otherwise just
dim ds as new DataSet
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silemone earned 1000 total points
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I don't think its that simple Code Cruiser...I wish it was...DJ, I'm assuming you need code for accessing DB and putting that info from the database into the dataset, yes?

I fnot CodeCruiser gave you the one line of code you needed.  Otherwise:  

here's an example

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Expert Comment

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If you need any help doing this, then place your code up and we can walk through it...

and here's a video on .net programming how to video tutorials

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