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Old December 11th, 2007, 09:20 AM
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1.I am using 3 SQLDataReader to bind three dropdownlist. these sqldatareaders are being returned by a function kept in a seperate class file. is this the right way or I should use dataset or DataTable instead.

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dataset works in disconnected mode also but if you are using datareader then remember to dispose it and dispose others resources you used.

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thanks......
 
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thanks Munish
I know the difference. but my basic question was which is required at this particular case.




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