Object Data Source

I am trying to create an object data source for a Recipes table in a SQL Server database. I am using an example from Murach’s ADO.Net 3.5 C# book. On page 281, they show you how to select the object for the data source. In my simple app, image “DataSource-2” shows the objects that are available for the Recipes database data source. There is no clear “Recipes table” object available. Should there be a “Recipes" table object available?

SQL Server database: image “Db1” shows the Recipes table in the SQL Server database.
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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
RecipesDataTable is under foodDataSet. There is also RecipesRow.

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Mark01Author Commented:
The book’s example only shows one data object representing a table. In my app, there appear to be four objects representing the Recipes table. Are the four objects caused by an error?
Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
I only see one DataTable - "RecipesDataTable" in your PDF. Maybe this book will help. There is a free trial if you want to see more.
Mark01Author Commented:
Thank you, Randy.
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