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Why? Partial Class within a Partial class

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In .Net 2, when I have created a strongly typed dataset of a SQL table
and then 'viewed' the code from the RHM menu. I am taken to the new
partial class; as expected, but why do I have a partial class within a
partial? plus if I was to inherit an interface then what partial class
should I place the interface on, the outer partial class or the inner
partial class?

Regards

Billy

Jan 23 '06 #1
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I have done some more testing and I only get a 'partial class' within a
'partial class' if I attempt to access the code behine (not the
designer code) via the RHM option when viewing the dataset in the
designer view. If I access the code beind using the RHM on the actual
dataset class (*.xsd) then I get the correct code behind which is just
a 'partial class' on its own.

When in the class designer and I have an interface on the screen and a
dataset class on the screen and I create an inheritance between the
interface and the class the interface is applied to the 'designer class
code' and not the 'partial class' code :-( so if I want my 'partial
class' to use an interface then I have to manually type this in.

Billy

Jan 24 '06 #2

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My mistake, when rhm clicking on the dataset in the designer and
selecting view code the code it produces is quite rightly a class
within a class but what I didn't notice was that the inner partial
class was acutally the datatable and the outer partial class was the
dataset ... if anything I hope this helps someone :-)

Feb 1 '06 #3

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