TableAdapter Conflict Options

Developers often ask about better concurrency options on DataAdapters and of course our new TableAdapters. This was a difficult call.  Just so you know we do care, , the ConflictOptions enum/flags that appear on SqlCommandBuilder was actually by request of our design time team.  Early on this enum/flags had over a dozen or so values,…

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DataSet Designer, Schema Designer and Xml Editor

DataSet Designer, Xml Schema Designer and Xml Editor (Note, DataSet Designer is also called DataSet Editor, Xml Schema Designer is also called Xml Schema Editor) In VS2002 or 2003, we shipped a XmlSchema designer, which serves as both schema designer and typed dataset designer. In VS2005, you will see that there is a brand new…


Thank you! Steve!

Thanks Steve to create a new home for us. By the way, I am Zhiyong (aka John Chen), I am the developer for the DataSet designer in Whidbey. I like to blog something but I’m afread that I will ruin Steve’s pretty home. So I created my own real junky-log in MSN Space, just jogging down…

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Tech Ed ’05: Client and Middle Tier Data Caching with SQL Server 2005

Last week Pablo Castro and I presented two topics related to caching.  Pablo presented caching datasets in memory and Service Broker for use in ASP.net projects.  The second half of the presentation covered how to cache data on the client.  The demos I presented were geared around caching for longer periods of time then what…

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Tech Ed ’05: Windows Forms: Making the Most of WinForms 2.0 Data Binding

Last week Andrew Brust and I presented a fun session on the enhancements we’ve done for databinding in Windows Forms.  We received a lot of great feedback and had a lot of fun presenting.  Prior to joining Microsoft Andrew and I used to work together as Microsoft RD’s but never presented together.  It was more…

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A new home

For those that have been following our team under the VB Team blog, you’ve found our new home.  Why did we move?  There were many of us that weren’t that into blogging way back when.  One of our previous team members, Robert Green, set up a team blog that we could easily add content to…

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