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I create table:
DataSet data=new DataSet();
DataTable myTable = new DataTable("NewTable");
DataColumn keys = new DataColumn; // create column keys = new DataColumn(); keys.DataType = System.Type.GetType("System.String"); keys.ColumnName = "PointID"; myTable.Columns.Add(keys); &nb
I want to make databas? that will send daily to all members that leave email?Please if you can help me
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I have database already on the server. However, when I created new table, the new created table Schema is not dbo. it is my user name. How to solve this?
It shows the new created table Schema is my username but not dbo.
Even though I rename it, it couldn't change. I can see this in table property.