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QuestionC# how to compare the old product(serialized) to new product,If same product means add the quantity only not repeated that product in output for below program Pin
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Sounds like the tables might be holding enumeration types values. If so, they're probably anchored by foreign keys on other tables. Do they have just two columns, a key and a value?

It's a common problem, because in code you might use an enum to represent these values and you end up in the situation of how to keep the database and code in sync.

You could remove the tables, but that might render the database a bit meaningless without the application tier in place, limiting what could be achieved via a stored proc for instance. You can't really create enum types at runtime, although you could create the same effect using static members on a class.

Probably the best way would be to have them as a collection of key/value pairs.

I can't really offer a definitive answer I'm afraid, but for completeness it might be advisable to keep them.
Rob Philpott.

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