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I am using DataSet in my application. But the information stored in it is confidential. I want to know if it is safe to store it in dataset? Is there any way that the user of Website be able to see the content stored in Dataset? Please help me ..

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A dataset is a runtime class. Yes, data is "stored" in it, but it's in memory not a persistant medium. You can take a dataset and save it as an XML file, or put the table and rows into a database. That is where you would need to secure it. You could encrypt the file or the data itself before you put it into a database but that is outside of the behavior of a DataSet.


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