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beginner question for csharp & sql programatically

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how to navigate through the records in sql DB programatically...?
Mar 23 '08 #1
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If you just want to write a quick program to do this I suggest DragOnce. I
don't think that this is a good thing to look at to get an idea of the
mechanics however because DragOnce creates a 15,000 line file with a
strongly typed dataset for the DB which is a bit daunting for the beginner.

What is it you want to do, Learn or just look?

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Mar 23 '08 #2

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please try google first - there are lots of examples

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VS has a wealth of tutorials etc.

People always want to rush out and buy books when there is a lot of info
in the supplied Help.

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