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Generating xml schema for a stored procedure

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Hi all

I need to generate xml schmea for a stored procedures to use with crystal
reports

tell me any quick and easy method.
thanks

Noor
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Noor,

Drag stored procedures from Server Explorer onto the XML Designer to
generate the XML Schema.

To create a new dataset ----> Add a new DataSet to your project from the
Add New Item menu.
Connect to your database in Server Exporer, then drag the stored procedure
to the design surface of the XML Designer.
hope that helps...

Steve Stein
VB Team

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Hi all

I need to generate xml schmea for a stored procedures to use with crystal
reports

tell me any quick and easy method.
thanks

Noor


Nov 20 '05 #2

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