ADO.NET :: Passing Values To TableAdapter Parameters?

Nov 12, 2010

I am creating a DataSet to attach to a report (*.rdlc). In the DataSet is a TableAdapter that has the GetData(@start, @end) function. Can someone please explain how I get values in to @start and @end? I have searched and seen that it might have something to do with overriding the Fill function in the DataSet code behind file. Please let me know.

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