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Hi,

i want to know pros and cons of both Typed and Untyped dataset in detail.

can we customize untyped dataset?

What is benefit of Typed dataset?

is there significant difference between performance of Typed and untyped dataset?

is overhead in typed dataset is of XSD only or any else overhead is there?

What is benefit of using Untyped dataset?

Please give me some concret answers.



thanks

Vrushali
Jan 5 '07 #1
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