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Using DataSet Designer for procedures returning multiple resultsets

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Folks,

For designing WinApps, I do prefer to have the controls dragged and dropped
into the screen, mainly for datagridview controls. For that end, I normally
use the DataSet designer but reading the dataset information from my
tables/views/stored procedures. Now I have a case in which I want to use the
designer, but with a procedure returning multiple resultsets.

I found a lot of articles on the internet, but they say everything but
saying nothing. Just fluf stuff.

Have you guys pratically used this before?

Thanks!

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Regards,
Robson Siqueira
Enterprise Architect
Feb 9 '07 #1
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Do you mean multiple tables? Can't you just drag the two tables onto the
design surface?

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Folks,

For designing WinApps, I do prefer to have the controls dragged and
dropped into the screen, mainly for datagridview controls. For that end,
I normally use the DataSet designer but reading the dataset information
from my tables/views/stored procedures. Now I have a case in which I want
to use the designer, but with a procedure returning multiple resultsets.

I found a lot of articles on the internet, but they say everything but
saying nothing. Just fluf stuff.

Have you guys pratically used this before?

Thanks!

--
Regards,
Robson Siqueira
Enterprise Architect

Feb 10 '07 #2

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