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I use VS 2005 so I don't think there's a Reference folder in the solution explorer. Is this right?
Also the thing is I do see other properties and methods of SqlDataAdapter object. This makes me confused.

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Yes - you might be right about the solution explorer. Unfortunately, the machine I am on right now doesn't have 2005. However, there still has to be a place where your references in your project can be viewed, is there not? Wherever that is it would be helpful to determine if you are specifically referencing a the System.Data.SqlClient.dll. Unless I am way off on this, your project should NOT be referencing this dll. This could be causing an ambiguity or other problem that manifests itself in the behavior you are experiencing.

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I don't know how to access the reference folder (if any?) in VS 2005. I think my project references set up is automatically done by VS 2005.

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Well, if that is the case, then I'll try to find out how to deal with that. You should be able to see the references that a project (or ASP.NET environment) is using - they have to be stored somewhere.

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