Another thought is to use Visual Studio Professional because the iSeries
can be accessed from the "Data Connections" Explorer and you can
drag/drop tables to create your XSD.

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date: Wed, 14 Jul 2010 08:52:03 -0500
from: Mike <koldark@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [SystemiDotNet] Data provider question

You can add the IBM driver to your References. From there you can use a
DataSet.xsd object or what I have found is that the connection is faster
when you code your own own connection.

If you want to make use the of the entity framework, I have basic sample
of setting that up as well.

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Mike Wills
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