I am new to using DataSet in C# project. I am building a console application using C#. I have set of data that I need to add/update into an Oracle table. I am using Visual Studio 2008. I followed the following steps..
1. Created a data source and created connection from my project to the database.
2. Created a dataset, opened the dataset designer and dragged a table from server explorer into the designer. This automatically created the DATATABLE and TABLEADAPTER with default methods in Visual Studio 2008.
I am stuck after this point. How do I update my Main() menthod in the console app so that I can interact with the newly created DataTable and TableAdapter to ADD new records and make updates as necessary to the DataSet. I am looking for logic /code sample around this area that will get me started.
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