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Data in Managed Device Projects 

This topic has been updated for Visual Studio 2005 SP1.

Visual Studio 2005 provides new database management tools for device solutions, including the ability to create new databases, modify their schemas, and handle other management tasks such as setting passwords and compressing the database.

The following section has been updated for Visual Studio 2005 SP1.

In This Section

Data Access Overview (Managed Device Projects)

Describes the features available in Visual Studio for handling data applications in device projects.

Resultsets vs. Datasets (Devices)

Describes the difference between these two techniques, and why you would use one or the other.

Generating Typed ResultSets

Describes in more detail the features offered by ResultSets.

Managing Data Sources in Device Projects

Lists steps for common tasks, such as creating a SQL Server Mobile or SQL Server Compact Edition database, modifying table schemas, managing passwords, and so on.

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