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Generalquestion about override and accessing base class methods Pin
Marc Clifton23-Oct-02 8:30
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Jon Rista26-Oct-02 10:27
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GeneralCollection within a Collection and "loading" advice Pin
Paul Watson23-Oct-02 0:38
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Paul Riley23-Oct-02 0:52
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Paul Watson23-Oct-02 1:19
sitebuilderPaul Watson23-Oct-02 1:19 
Paul Riley wrote:
This is what DataSets are for

Well unless you know something different about DataSets I "have" to use classes because there is going to be quite a bit of blogic involved in the handling of the data. It is not just a simple case of pull-and-display (for instance part of the database is 5 years old and has no relationships, no primary keys, no identity seeds and allows null values.... !!! And I cannot change it because a legacy system depends on the database not changing.)

Paul Watson
Bluegrass
Cape Town, South Africa

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Paul Riley23-Oct-02 1:26
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Paul Riley23-Oct-02 1:32
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James T. Johnson23-Oct-02 0:53
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James T. Johnson23-Oct-02 2:28
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Jon Rista23-Oct-02 18:33
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Questionthread.Abort() doesn't work????? Pin
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