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Array of DataRows to DataTableReader

fred2k3
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I am performing searches on datatables using the select command. I am aware that this will return an array of datarows.
What is the easist was of putting this info into a datatablereader? Or if possible perform a search on the datatable to return a datatablereader straight off?
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<<datatablereader
what does it mean? is it data reader

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If you can get the Array of DataRows...why do you need the DataReader?
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Very Confusing describe in detail

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gauthampi for a definition of a DataTableReader: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.data.datatablereader.aspx


I need to search information from within  a 'data set'.

The overall aim is to return an object which has inherited from the interface: IDataReader. That is why I am trying to return a DataTableReader.


Is this clearer?
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This feature is not there in 1.1 Ver but i guess is available in 2.0...you could do something like this

Dim dtr As DataTableReader = ds.Tables(0).GetDataReader

Take a look at the below url for more new DataSet Features in ADO.Net 2.0

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms971494.aspx

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