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Typed Dataset as description of XML database?

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I have read how one can define tables, indices, relations etc. in .Net code
in a way that allows you to run a off-line XML based ADO.NET, which is
excactly what I need.

I have also read about Typed Dataset and hoiw this definition is stored in
an XSD file.

I was wondering if these two technologies can be used together or put in
other words: Can I use the GUI tools in VS.Net to define the layout of my
tables in order to desing my off-line XML database?

Thank you in advance. All inputs on the issue is welcome.

Best regards,
Soeren
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Hello!
I was wondering if these two technologies can be used together or put
in other words: Can I use the GUI tools in VS.Net to define the layout
of my tables in order to desing my off-line XML database.


Yes, you can.
In VS2005 you just need to add a new Dataset to your Project (via Add |
New File...) - a special XSD-Designer will open wich allows you to
design your Dataset, the code needed will be automatically generated
(see Dataset.designer.cs, Dataset.xsd)

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Pascal Schmitt
Nov 12 '05 #2

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