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I have a piece of software I am converting to ADO.NET from ADODB. In ADODB I can update a recordset by simply.

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I am confused about to easily accomplish this. I know I can use an insert or update command but it would be much easier to do something like this. NOTE: The query just returns a filled RecordSet, it just executes the command and connection without me having to do it all over the place.


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