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In-Memory DataSets: ClientDataSet and .NET DataTable Compared: Part 3: Populating In-Memory DataSets

Let's Get Technical – In the preceding article in this series I showed you how to create in-memory datasets at runtime (as well as how to define a ClientDataSet’s metadata at design time). In this third installment in this series I will demonstrate how to populate your in-memory dataset.In short, data can be inserted into an in-memory dataset in one of four ways. These are:You can add data programmatically You can load previously saved data You can retrieve data from a database You can permit an end user to enter data manually Each of these techniques is described in the following sections.Writing Data ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? caryblog@jensendatasystems.com @ 2009-12-15 02:14

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