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Default Saving DataSet data on client machine in .csv file

Hi All,

I have a dataset containing some data. I don't want to bind this dataset to DataGrid. But I want to convert this data into .csv format and save it in client machine by presenting him open/save dialogue box. Please help me out.

Thanks in Advance.



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