Collection data into a datagrid

Posted on 2003-12-05
Last Modified: 2010-04-17
In a VB.NET webform, I'm trying to display data.
I have created a collection containing the data and now want to use a datareader to display it in a datagrid.

Could someone tell me what additional lines of code to use (after the "coll ..... line" to get the collection displayed into a datagrid? Here is the loop that puts data in the collecrion:

            Do While DataReader.Read


Question by:michael5865
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malharone earned 500 total points
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why not just


where the SOURCE_TYPE could be any one of the following:

so instead of getting the reader, get the dataset object from the SQLDATAADAPTER or the OLEDBDATAADAPTER.


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