VB.NET 2010 - How to add tables to a DataSet?

Posted on 2012-08-27
Last Modified: 2012-08-28
Hi Experts,

I have automatically generated a DataSet that only references one of the tables in my .mdb file (see screendump).
I cannot figure out how to add some of the other tables that are in that .mdb file.

Question by:LeighWardle
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    Accepted Solution

    You can manually add tables by right clicking the designer surface.
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    Author Comment

    Thanks, CodeCruiser, for the suggestion.

    Just for the record:

    I assumed by "designer surface" you mean anywhere adjacent to the existing Data Adapter and Data Table.

    When I right click, the "Add" menu shows the following items:


    I clicked on TableAdapter and that initiated a Wizard that did the job.

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