VB .NET Dataset Question

Posted on 2003-02-24
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Last Modified: 2013-12-25
I was wondering if it's possible to use a query in with a Dataset to find rows in a Dataset.Tables() or do you have to program your own algorithme and pass througth all of your rows to find what you are looking for?

Example, to replace some values by other on a non-primary key column.

Question by:Dranizz
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matchbx27 earned 150 total points
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Assing the dataset to a dataview like so

dv = New DataView(dsExistingDataSet.Tables(0))

After doing this you get access to Count, RowFilter, Find, FindRows... and many more.


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Sorry that should be "Assign" not "Assing"

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