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For keijerjh - Hidden property issue

Posted on 2004-09-08
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Last Modified: 2010-04-23
My question was how do I get to the compute in the datagrid to do a sum of a table.  
Question by:oshe127
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keijerjh earned 1000 total points
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Nice to hear that this was the solution.

Strange I see the problem. But it seems to be an hidden property when you access the table using the dataset.

The following code works.
        Dim oDataSet As Data.DataSet
        Dim oDataTable As Data.DataTable
        Dim oDataRow As Data.DataRow

        oDataTable = New Data.DataTable
        With oDataTable
            .TableName = "ORDER_LINE"
            .Columns.Add("ORDERED_QTY", GetType(Integer))
        End With
        oDataRow = oDataTable.NewRow
        oDataRow("CUSTOMER_ID") = "El Cheapo"
        oDataRow("ORDERED_QTY") = 14
        oDataRow = oDataTable.NewRow
        oDataRow("CUSTOMER_ID") = "El Cheapo"
        oDataRow("ORDERED_QTY") = 20
        oDataRow = oDataTable.NewRow
        oDataRow("CUSTOMER_ID") = "Wallmart"
        oDataRow("ORDERED_QTY") = 8
        oDataRow = oDataTable.NewRow
        oDataRow("CUSTOMER_ID") = "Wallmart"
        oDataRow("ORDERED_QTY") = 9

        oDataSet = New Data.DataSet
        MsgBox(oDataSet.Tables("ORDER_LINE").Compute("SUM(ORDERED_QTY)", "CUSTOMER_ID='Wallmart'"))

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