[Mono-list] ADO and mono
Tue, 19 Oct 2004 20:11:15 -0700
It's still a bit confusing. So what you're saying is that a single
dataset can contain the result of more than one query? Each query
result in its own table? Did I get it right?
My head hurts...
Hector Geraldino wrote:
>Maybe a single query can only return a single database, but in a Dataset you
>can hold more than one table (a collection of datatables). Look at the
>DataSet.Tables.Add() method to see how it works.
>You migth ask "why have more than one datatable in a dataset", and if you
>visit the topic about relationships between tables, you'll find that you can
>create a complete (pseudo-complete) RDBMS with a great characteristic: it's
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>>Thanks for the reply Morten. I guess what confused me was that the
>>author used the same name for the recordset return table as the table he
>>I'm still a little confused because the next thing he does is:
>>DataTable dataTable = ds.Tables;
>>If a single recordset table is returned isn't the  redundant? How
>>can one return more than a single recordset table?
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