select statement against datatable (distinct, certian columns, etc)

Hey,

I have a question regarding doing a select statement against a datatable.  I'm familiar with datatable.select(...), but what I need/want is more doing a full select statement instead of just customizing the expression section of the select statement.  For example:

Datatable:
id     name     value
1      temp      1
2      temp      1
3      xxx         1
4      xxx         1
5      yy          1
6      yy          0
7      yy          0
8      yy          1

What sql I want against the datatable:
select distinct name, value from DATATABLE where value = 1

result:
name     value
temp      1
xxx         1
yy          1


I know I can do the where clause in the datatable.select(), but how would you do the distinct and then select certian columns?

Thanks in advance,
Kris
kdunnettAsked:
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athapaCEO / CTOCommented:
You can filter using the RowFilter property of the dataview.
DataView has .ToTable method which lets you to only select distinct rows within the selected columns.

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kdunnettAuthor Commented:
Can you give an example?
kdunnettAuthor Commented:
is there something similiar to the .ToTable method in .net 1.1?
kdunnettAuthor Commented:
I found a ToTable method that someone created that mimic's the ToTable method in the 2.0 framework.

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

Kris
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