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Language: VB7
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 19, 2002

Persist ADO.NET extended properties

Many ADO.NET classes, including DataSet, DataTable, and DataColumn, use the ExtendedProperties property to enable users to add custom information. Think of the ExtendedProperties property as a kind of generic cargo variable similar to the Tag property of many ActiveX controls. You populate it with name/value pairs and manage the content using the typical and familiar programming interface of collections. For example, you can use the DataTable object
Dino Esposito
 
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