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Inherit from ADO.NET DataSet to create your own business objects

, 27 Oct 2004
Extend generated Strong Typed Datasets, add your own business-specific functionality to a real DataSet object. Binding to forms and updating to a database is all done by the .NET framework. This is built on Shawn Wildermuth's a.k.a. ADO Guy's DataSetGenerator.

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1 - publicly available No 27-Oct-04 8:28 Available Smitha Nishant

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My first encounters with computers where Sinclair, TI99-4A, C64, Apple II. Have programmed ever since. Worked for a few logistic companies.
I have been a VB.NET programmer for quite some years. I work with a small firm, that specializes in supply chain planning for bulk products. We have our own application, Delivery+, that helps vehicle planners with their daily job.
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