Recently I wanted to save DataTable data into database. I assumed this would be easy using Entity Framework, but it turns out it is not, since DataTable consists of rows and columns while the Entity Framework deals with objects. Another way is to use ADO.NET by iterating through the rows in the DataTable and insert each row using SqlCommand and INSERT statement, but there is an easier way to accomplish this and that is by using SqlBulkCopy class, which is the focus of this article.
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When I started to learn WinForm programming, one thing that I wondered was how to create additional window forms on already existing Winform Project. For example I wanted to create a popup window for editing purposes. I knew what code to write that would instantiate a new form but didn't know how to edit that form in the designer.
When developing projects in Winforms, there will come a time when you will have to deal with Browser Folder and Open File Dialogs. This article will show you how to accomplish common tasks using those two controls in Windows Forms using C#.
Visual Studio Express is a lightweight version of VS products and although it is very powerful, it is missing several features from paid editions and one of them is ability to add a Component Class using Add New Item dialog box.
But users of Express editions can still create Component Class by following the steps below: