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Default using data set as a middle container of the data

hi all

i want to use the data set as a middle container of the data that has retrieved from the database,

in other words if suppose i'm retrieving a record from a table (from database) and i want to display each part of the record in suppurate text box on the form,

the updated record should be present in the data set and then i fetch the data from it and use them on the form, instead of performing a suppurate query for each part of the record.

how to do this
and can i deal directly with the data set since it is present in my application and i don't need to perform a connection

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