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15-Mar-2019 20:06

Once you open the Dataset in the Dataset Designer you lose all your hard earned customised code as the Dataset Designer will overwrite your changes each time it is used. You could create your own partial class but this opens up a whole new can of worms. We tried this and it didn’t work for us in VS2008 – the property was correctly changed in the designer ‘Null Value’ combo, but the field (column) we had adjusted in the xsd was no longer available as an intellisense option and the code wouldn’t compile. Since you can set the value in the properties for string types only, those are not a problem.

But this won’t do, since we’re using strongly typed datasets so that our types and rules are preserved. Rows(0) with my Collection txt Field1= ds Null Check(my Collection, “my Field Name_1”) txt Field2= ds Null Check(my Collection, “my Field Name_2”) txt Field3= ds Null Check(my Collection, “my Field Name_3”) … end with End Function Private Function ds Null Check(By Val _apps Collection As Data Set1.p_Get Collectionby IDRow, By Val field Name As String) As Object Dim _tmp Var As Object ‘Gets the value of current record through its fieldname and this doesn’t throw an exception _tmp Var = _apps Collection(Direct Cast(Direct Cast(_apps Collection. An Entity Relationship Model (if that’s what you mean as strong entities), is pretty cool.

I used a linq to dataset to access the current row (as described in the VB How to Video’s by the lovely Beth) but then trying to check for nulls in the same current row is, at the moment, proving a task to far.

I’ve now resorted to the final plan, behind closed curtains I’ve started reading the VB 2008 for Dummies book and oddly enough find it quite useful, albeit slow.

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.

But in my particular case I was using databound controls. Why oh why is something some basic in other langauges so f*&%$ difficult using vs.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.