How do I access/manipulate stored procedures from table adapters?

Posted on 2009-12-28
Last Modified: 2013-12-17
Hi, I'm trying to access the stored procedures in the table adapters I made. By creating an instance of that table adapter, the "Fill, Update, Delete.." are the only ones I see. How can I access the SelectCommand, UpdateCommand, etc? Also I'm trying to limit the results returned by hopefully using paramaters, how do this in manual coding? I'm using C# .NET Windows Forms in VS 2005. Thanks in advance.
Question by:0nepiece
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    Hi Onepiece,

    I think this article is just what you need:
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    I just noticed you are using Windows Forms.
    Anyway, you may still follow Step 1 till Step 2 in the article I provided earlier.

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