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VB: Linq to SQL in Dataset

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 31, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
Hello,I searched for two days now and did not find a solution...I want to use Linq to SQL in my new project. However I want to have the result of a linq query stored in a Dataset instead of directly showing it on a gridview.I only found C# code that a code converter was not able to convert. Unfortunatally I do not know C# at all. Does anybody have a VB code for that?Thanks in advance!RegardsThomas

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