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Typed Dataset

Posted on 2011-02-26
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Hi,
I have created a typed dataset in my c# project by draging the table onto dataset designer in the visual studio IDE. My XML Schema explorer look like this:

http://tempuri.org/RecordingDataset.xsd
     recordingdataset.xsd
       -<>RecordingDataset
              +<>Artist
               +<>Genre
Now I'm instatiating instance of RecordingDataset in another class but that instance doesn't give me access to these tables above Aritst or Genre, I mean no intellisence so I cannot use this dataset in my class.

Can somebody advice me plase.
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Typically when you just drag-n-drop a table onto the DataSet designer, you end up with a DataTable and TableAdaper.  The DataTable is marked as Public behind the scenes, put the TableAdapters have a property in the designer called "Modifier" where  you can chance the scope.

Are you sure you didn't "go behind the scenes" and twiddle with the automatically generated code?
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I have Attached the xsd file so you can have a look at it. It is throwing this eror:

Error      103      Custom tool error: Failed to generate code. Unable to convert input xml file content to a DataSet. Requested value 'Properties' was not found. Requested value 'Properties' was not found.      File:C:\Exercise\UnitTestBook\Recordings\Recordings\RecordingDataset.xsd      
                      Line 1
                      Column 1 RecordingDataSet.txt
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This certainly sounds like either a) you messed with it, or b) it got corrupted.

Either way, I'd suggest that you just cut your losses and start over with a new DataSet
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