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Topic: What is the difference between typed and untyped dataset
Anamika singh
20 Oct 2010 at 02:57 AM
What is the difference between typed and untyped dataset?
Re: What is the difference between typed and untyped dataset
Gaurav
22 Oct 2010 at 10:53 PM

Strongly Typed DataSet

Untyped DataSet

 It provides additional methods, properties and events and thus it makes it easier to use.

It is not as easy to use as strongly typed dataset.

You will get type mismatch and other errors at compile time.

You will get type mismatch and other errors at runtime.

You will get advantage of intelliSense in VS. NET

You can't get an advantage of intelliSense.

Performance is slower in case of strongly typed dataset.

Performance is faster in case of Untyped dataset.

In complex environment, strongly typed dataset's are difficult to administer.

Untyped datasets are easy to administer.

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