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Hi guys my name is Ralph, i am kinda new to this so please bear with
I have written a .net web service which accepts a stream of data
see relevent source code).

Public Function PutBondInfo(ByV al data As String) As DataSet
Dim zh As New ZipHelper
Dim sz As String
Dim cn As SqlConnection
Dim da As SqlDataAdapter
Dim ds As New DataSet
Dim xSet As New DataSet
Dim sSql As String

Dim mySerializer As XmlSerializer = New
XmlSerializer(d s.GetType())

cn = New
SqlConnection(" server=HLSQL;ui d=test;pwd=;dat abase=test")
da = New SqlDataAdapter( "SELECT * FROM BondStatus", cn)
'da.TableMappin gs.Add("BondSta tus", "NewDataSet ")

sz = zh.Decompress(d ata)
zh = Nothing

da.FillSchema(d s, SchemaType.Mapp ed, "BondStatus ")
'da.MissingSche maAction = MissingSchemaAc tion.AddWithKey
da.Fill(ds, "BondStatus ")

Dim st As New MemoryStream(En coding.UTF8.Get Bytes(sz))
' Create the object from the xml file
xSet = CType(mySeriali zer.Deserialize (st), DataSet)
xSet.Tables(0). TableName = ds.Tables(0).Ta bleName

ds.Merge(xSet, False, System.Data.Mis singSchemaActio n.Add)

'ds.AcceptChang es()

Dim SqlCB As SqlCommandBuild er = New SqlCommandBuild er(da)
da.Update(ds, "BondStatus ")


Return ds
Catch ex As Exception
ex.Message().To String()
End Try

End Function

This data is compressed.I decompress the data and receive the xml
which is then
deserialized into a dataset. this part works great no problems. My
problem is then taking that dataset and pushing the data into a table
on my SQL server. The elements in the xml and the field names of my
SQL table 'BondStatus'
are exactly the same. The table names are different the xml has
'Table' as its table name and so on. As you can see from the code I
have tried table mappings, assigns, merges etc with no luck.

Ladies and gents if anyone has a clue as to what I am doing and can
help me, it would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance
Nov 12 '05 #1
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