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Lastest MS Update Hotfix - more than it seems?

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VS.Net 2003 and MS SQL 2000
Windows XP SP4 and latest security hotfixes....

After updating my computer with the latest security patch
there seems to be some extra stuff that has affected my
development environment (???)

I'm really not sure if the two are related, but can
anyone else say if they've seen similar??

1. Datasets without the
AutoIncrementSeed/AutoIncrementStep set now suddenly fail
to give a newrecord with an incremented Key ID...this
makes sense, but why didn't it fail before?
2. Virtual columns in datasets are now read-only - this
too makes sense, but why only now?
3. Updating web service references in my application
drop 'old' dataset versions prior to the Windows Update
from my design surface, if that's where I added them to
the form. Actually, the definition still exists, but
the 'New' and other initialization code lines are
mysteriously missing....

Does anyone have any light to shed on these?
Nov 20 '05 #1
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