Re: Compilier will not recognize DataSet object.

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Natty Gur, Jun 25, 2003.

  1. Natty Gur

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    If you look you see that DataSet is part of System.Data. This namespace
    is "base" namespace for actual DB connectivity Namespace that actually
    implement Interfaces that declared in the System.Data namespace. if you
    check system.data you will find IDataAdapter, IDataReader, IDBCommand
    and more. those interfaces implement by SQL, OLEDB or OracleClient
    (SQLDataAdapter, OLEDataAdapter, and so). What I try to say is that
    System.Data hold declaration that aren’t specific to certain DB, on the
    contrary other data namespaces (System.Data.*) are DB specific. Now
    DataSet isn’t DB specific it just hold data in specific format and that
    is the reason MS put it in System.Data namespace.

    DataSet is part of System.Data Namespace but if you don’t have reference
    to System.XML you cant see it in neither your Intellisense nor compiling
    the project. (The DataSet class reference System.XML and that the reason
    you need to do it)

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