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visual studio c# 2005 - dataset dynamic add remove tables.

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I have done this in olddbadapter in VB.net, but now i am trying to do this in c#, learning C#.

dynamically add and remove tables instead of them being static in the dataset.

I have a combo box that I want to choose the selected value ( a table name in the DB) then dynamically create the table in the dataset then fill the new dataset table then set the datasource on datagrid to it.

i used to changed the select commands on the fly but do not know how to do this in visual 2005 c#.

thank you
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Before working with GUI I would recommend to walk through the following MS tutorial.
It explains most important techniques. After that you will be quite comfortable with your task.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314145
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still working on it.
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