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VB 2008  - Create a new dataset

Posted on 2009-07-14
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I want to replace the present ActiveDataSet.xsd with a newer version derived from changes to the ActiveDatabase.sdf.

 I don't want to have to bind all of the VB controls all over again.  I want to do this from the IDE, not using code.
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by:jpaulino
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Just open the dataset, remove that table(s) and add the new ones.
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by:ljcor
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Sorry, I was out for over an hour.

I made some changes to fields in the Database using the Database Explorer.  I need these changes to show up in the DataSet.

If I attempt to make changes to the DataSet i get the message: The path is not of a legal form.
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by:ljcor
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Just so you know, I opened the DataSources, clicked on Edit DataSet with Designer.  After that I could not do anything that I needed to accomplish.
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by:jpaulino
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>> Experts went away on this problem
Experts have a job, family and a life.
You have asked some hours ago and you wanted a online assistance ? I had to leave.
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by:ljcor
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That's not a problem.  I genuinely appreciate all of the assistance you constantly give to me.  I should have used a different reason.

The fact is that you are working on what is generally the same problem under another question.  Different, but not dissimilar.

I am pretty sure there is no other Expert as competent, diligent, and helpful as you are.  To me, jpaulino, is the very best.
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by:jpaulino
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Thanks for the words!
Have you solved your problem ? If you solved your problem then you can close the question and tell that ... "I have found the solution"
It's not a question of point, I just want to let that clear :)
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by:ljcor
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I am still working on a solution.  I absolutely will clear it when I find a way.  Soon, I hope.
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by:ljcor
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I should have mentioned that when working with you I am always aware of the time in Portugal.  Yesterday, I did notice the late time for you when you made your last post.  I definitely should have posted a much better reason for closing this.

Now, as it happens, it is 5:30AM and I have been working on this since 2AM after only a couple of hours sleep.  I have to go back to bed for awhile.

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What have you changed ? Check if all changes are correct.
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