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Difference between DataSet and DataReader Objects

Posted by Ravi Varma Thumati on May 5, 2009

Here are the common difference between DataSet object and DataReader objects in .NET

Dataset Object

DataReader Object

Read/write access Read only access.
Supports multiple tables from different data tables Supports a single table based on a single table
Disconnected mode Connected mode
Can bind to multiple Controls Can bind to a single control.
Forward and backward scanning of data Forward only scanning of data.
Greater overhead to enable Additional features Light weight object with very little overhead
Slower access to data Faster access to data.
Supported by visual Studio .net tools Must be manually coded.

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