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Debug question: how to examine a dataset at run time?

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Hello -

I would like to examine the contents of a dataset at runtime to check
that a query is returning the right data. I have set a breakpoint at
the appropriate spot, but I am unsure as to the best way to get a
glimpse of the number of rows in the data set, and the actual data.

Thanks for any help.

Brian
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Best way actually is to use a bound datagrid, if you have relationships its
really easy to see the info...

otherwise, just watch myDataset.tablename...

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Hello -

I would like to examine the contents of a dataset at runtime to check
that a query is returning the right data. I have set a breakpoint at
the appropriate spot, but I am unsure as to the best way to get a
glimpse of the number of rows in the data set, and the actual data.

Thanks for any help.

Brian

Nov 20 '05 #2

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