SqlDataSourceUIHelper.ManageQueries(SqlDataSource, UserLookAndFeel, IWin32Window, IDBSchemaProvider) Method
This overload is obsolete now. Use ManageQueries instead.
Invokes the Manage Queries dialog window with the specified settings.
NuGet Package: DevExpress.DataAccess.UI
[Obsolete("This overload is obsolete now. Use ManageQueries(this SqlDataSource sqlDataSource, EditQueryContext context) instead.")] public static bool ManageQueries( this SqlDataSource sqlDataSource, UserLookAndFeel lookAndFeel, IWin32Window owner, IDBSchemaProvider dbSchemaProvider )
<Obsolete("This overload is obsolete now. Use ManageQueries(this SqlDataSource sqlDataSource, EditQueryContext context) instead.")> <ExtensionAttribute> Public Shared Function ManageQueries( sqlDataSource As SqlDataSource, lookAndFeel As UserLookAndFeel, owner As IWin32Window, dbSchemaProvider As IDBSchemaProvider ) As Boolean
A SqlDataSource object, specifying the database connection.
A UserLookAndFeel object, specifying the application’s look and feel settings.
An object implementing the IWin32Window interface that is the owner of the current dialog window.
An object implementing the DevExpress.DataAccess.Sql.IDBSchemaProvider interface.
true if the dialog was finished by clicking the OK button; otherwise, false.
The following image illustrates the Manage Queries dialog window that is invoked after selecting an appropriate SqlDataSource action (corresponds to calling the ManageQueries method of the SqlDataSourceUIHelper class).
After adding two or more queries to a data connection, it becomes possible to configure their data relations by using the Master-Detail Relations Editor (invoked by calling the SqlDataSourceUIHelper.ManageRelations method of the SqlDataSourceUIHelper class).