Diff. b/w DataReader and DataSet?
Answer Posted / tejas mer
DataReader is connected architecture and it's read-only, forward only type, so when you just want to display the data better to use it, it consumes less memory with compare to dataset as well.
DataSet is we can say in-memory representation of the data.
It's disconnected architecture.
Contains DataTables, which are further divided into Datarows and Datacolumns.
Also contains DataRelationships and Contraints...
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