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There is absolutely no reason for this and Microsoft have had since November 2005 (release of . So I didn’t want to do a lot of: —————————————— with my Collection if . Peace 🙂 Reply Only three votes, come on guys and girls – if you like the article, rate it * * * * * 🙂 If you were helped by the article, a submission to Digg (use the shareit link on the article) would go a long way to repaying my work 🙂 Reply Thanks for all the great posts everyone.NET 2.0) to fix this problem and implement nullable non System. Workaround The first workaround I tried was to edit the code that the Dataset Designer creates in order to check for, and handle null values. XSD file manually (you can use the Visual Studio XML editor to do this) and find your data column expressed in XML as an element. This will cause your column (in this example, integer) to return “-1” in place of the null value and not throw an exception. not lose the amendment) and seems to do the job ok. I have tried the various workarounds here and have not been ‘fully’ successful.I’m not sure this will help in your scenario, but it worked for ours (we were looping the datatable in code and building a dynamic webpage menu) Hope that helps someone. This Null thing has taken an aggregate number of days and I’m still NULL the wiser.Reply Hello Tom, Thank you for your kind words, and especially for bringing up the . I’ve noticed that property too, on strongly typed datasets. Well maybe in the failings of isdbnull, but this isnlt the durection I wanted to take.
Recently while working on an application created in Visual Studio 2005 (also applies to 2008) on the .
This method uses the Sql Data Adapter to populate a Data Set.
The table ‘Orders’ in the Data Set is then bound to the Binding Source component which gives us the flexibility to choose/modify the data location.
The Dataset Designer Null values were incorporated using the System. NET 2.0 framework for all datatypes, but someone appeared to have forgotten to tell the Dataset designer team, because when you try to change the Null Value property to anything other than (Throw Exception) you get a Properties Window warning and the property returns to (Throw Exception): Property value is not valid The value entered isnot valid for the current data type Null Value (Throw exception) If your Data Type is a System. 🙂 Reply My suggestion is do NOT use datasets, they appear really cool, neat and easy to use at first but then become horribly cumbersome as your application matures.
String you can use the return: (Empty) or return: (Nothing) value in the designer. Instead, this is what I did: ——————————————- Private Sub some Sub() Dim tbl_adapter_Collections As New Data Set1Table Adapters.p_Get Collectionby IDTable Adapter() Dim tbl_Collections As Data Set1.p_Get Collectionby IDData Table = tbl_adapter_Collections. Selected Value) Dim my Collection As Data Set1.p_Get Collectionby IDRow = tbl_Collections. I am using Lin Q with Strong Entities that are similar to Datasets visually but allow Null Integers. Reply Hi Louis, Datasets are very useful, but I do agree that they can become cumbersome. Although ultimately, you need a data layer and Datasets still have their place.