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I have installed WAMP on my machine.  I want to setup a small sample sql database and use a C# windows application to insert data into this sql database.

Can anyone help me with this?

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Yes, I built a point of sales system in c# that uses mysql (not a fan of mssql, but c# is pretty cool).

Check out this tutorial:
http://www.tutorialized.com/view/tutorial/Using-C-with-MySQL/33676

If requires a plugin (mysql connector), but after that, it's just like using sql in any other way.
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excellent ill take a look at this;
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I have in stalled it but when I go to add reference
>>Now, go to the Project menu => Add Reference. Under the .NET tab look for MySQL.Data >>under Component Name. Click OK and were are ready to start coding

I cant find 'MySQL.Data'
would this be under anything else??
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restarted program and found it :)
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alright good :)
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