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How to generate a dataset from stored procedure which have many resultsets?

How to generate a dataset from stored procedure which have many resultsets?

I try Dataset designer from VS2005, it only generate first table from stored
procedure on server explorer. Another table cannot to generate. How should
I do?
Dec 27 '05 #1
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