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vb.net, vs2012, sql server database
Here's my code: SQL Select Command:

SELECT        str_CustID, str_CstPrtsPriceCrgd, str_CstExtWarrDesc, str_CstExtWarrMonths, str_CstExtWarrMiles, str_CstExtWarrDeduct
FROM            CstPrtsPricing_ETC
WHERE        (str_CustID = @str_CustID)

This query is positioned under "MyDatabase", "MyDataSet", "MyTableAdapter" and I want to call this Query (and pass the variable, "@str_CustID" obviously), and run the query.

Could anyone help with the command from a save button?
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MBHEY131
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Daniel WilsonCommented:
This query is positioned under "MyDatabase", "MyDataSet", "MyTableAdapter"

I'm not sure I understand what you mean by that phrase.  Shall I assume that MyDatabase is a SqlConnection, MyDataSet a DataSet, and MyTableAdapter a SqlDataAdapter?

And you're interested in filling the dataset from MyTableAdapter, right?

How does this come out for you?

MyTableAdapter.SelectCommand.Parameters.Clear();
MyTableAdapter.SelectCommand.Parameters.Append(New SqlDataParameter("@str_CustID", SomeValue);
MyTableAdapter.Fill(MyDataSet);

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Documentation of some of these classes is at https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/System.Data.SqlClient.SqlDataAdapter(v=vs.110).aspx
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