Anybody knows what are the pros and cons of strongly typed datasets?
They're strongly typed (== a good thing!)
Better performance that access like ds.Table["MyTable"].Rows["MyColumn"]
Easier to handle complex relationships.
Hard work to build manually.
Automatically generatated ones create a fair amount of code (not a big
Worse performance that accessing like ds.Table.Rows
On balance, a worthwhile choice.
> Anybody knows what are the pros and cons of strongly typed datasets?
I'm using a strongly typed dataset. When iterating thru the rows
collection, i would prefer to use the strongly typed row data type,
instead of using system.data.datarow. It doesn't seem to be available
from intellisense, but it compiles correctly and it is a public class.
Is this a vs.net bug?