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Set Statements in autogenerated dataset class do not have type def

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In vb this is fine... I am moving some code over to c# for a client. I have a
few dataclass's that have set statements within the type defined. c# requires
this... Anyway to easily (Auto :)) write those set statements to the data
type for the property? Or do I need to go through them manually? Anyone have
a macro, or something....

Thanks,

Anthony Nystrom
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Sorry that's undefined...

dataset classes.... Auto Generated

Thanks,

Anthony Nystrom

"Anthony Nystrom" wrote:
In vb this is fine... I am moving some code over to c# for a client. I have a
few dataclass's that have set statements within the type defined. c# requires
this... Anyway to easily (Auto :)) write those set statements to the data
type for the property? Or do I need to go through them manually? Anyone have
a macro, or something....

Thanks,

Anthony Nystrom

Nov 21 '05 #2

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