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GeneralRe: Collection within a Collection and "loading" advice Pin
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Jon Rista27-Oct-02 17:48
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DataSets are really just an in-memory cache of your database, or a part of it. And they don't nessesarily have to have a GUI. They can be created in conjunction with a schema, allowing for all the relationships and whatnot to be properly maintained in memory. You could load your data from the database into a dataset, use that as your database while doing your calculations, etc, and then persist that back to the database server when your done. It can improve performance and help keep things properly restricted.
Questionthread.Abort() doesn't work????? Pin
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Questionplease try it...see what happens...is it a bug? Pin
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Generalcoding conventions.... Pin
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