Data Debugger Visualizer Offers Free Tools for Visual Studio 2005/2008

For those of you who use DataSets and are tired of trying to figure out what's in your DataSet and having to ask for Counts of each Row collection by entering ds.Tables(0).Rows(0)("CustomerId") in the open window, then Dan Green has the tool for you. The Data Debugger Visualizer allows you to step through each line of code while you simply hover the mouse pointer over the DataSet variable and bingo! The DataVisualizer's commandbar pops up providing a host of useful tool-sets.

Tired of figuring out what's in your DataSet by asking for Counts of the Rows collection? Then you need Dan Green's Data Debugger Visualizer!

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