I'm beginning to think that your suggestion looks to be a correct solution...
CommandBuilder lets me save some coding but it doesn't look particularly
flexible, or maybe I don't know it well enough... :-)
The same happens with automatic data binding with TextBoxes (Binding, BindingContext,
Parse and Format events, etc), it doesn't look much flexible apart from
basic operations, or at least it doesn't make me reduce code size.
Any other suggestions for the float problem?
>-- Messaggio Originale --
>From: "James Moore" <banshee@stripped>
>To: "'Frank'" <streamlake@stripped>, <dotnet@stripped>
>Subject: RE: About float fields
>Date: Tue, 21 Dec 2004 17:32:51 -0800
>My personal solution is to not use automatically generated SQL (ie, ditch
>CommandBuilder.) I find that for the simple case building the commands
>myself is simple anyway, and in the more complex case CommandBuilder doesn't
>do what I need. Not really a solution to your problem, but it's something
>to think about.
> - James
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