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In-Memory DataSets: ClientDataSet and .NET DataTable Compared: Part 1 Overview

Let's Get Technical – As some of you know, I have been a big fan of Delphi's ClientDataSets since they were first introduced in Delphi 3 (that's way back in 1997). When .NET shipped, its data access framework, ADO.NET, also included an in-memory dataset, named the DataTable. (.NET also includes the DataSet class, but in most cases, the DataTable class bears the strongest resemblance to the ClientDataSet.)Both ClientDataSets and DataTables are in-memory datasets, and as such, share a lot of features in common. On the other hand, they are radically different in a number of interesting ways. In this series of ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? caryblog@jensendatasystems.com @ 2009-09-30 10:04


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