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is it possible to do a select statement on a datatable or a dataset
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You can execute Transact-SQL statements only against a Data Source.
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wow.. Thanks Baan.. I didn't know this.. this is good stuff !
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I couldn't get a chance to use them though....
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There is a Select method of the datatable object and the syntax is pretty much like the WHERE clause in T-SQL.  It returns an array of DataRow objects.

John
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