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How do I grab the field values from a dataset ?
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Question by:Mylor
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ds.tables("yourtable").rows(0).item("yourcolumnname")

rows(0) will get the values from the first row, rows(1) will get the second row etc..

so in a loop it would be something like this

for x as integer = 0 to ds.tables("youttable").rows.count -1
   msgbox (ds.tables("yourtable").rows(x).item("yourcolumnname")
next
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