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create new datarow

Posted on 2006-11-01
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hi

i have a populated array of datarows.  

i want to create a new datarow add a string to it.

then i want to increase the size of the array by 1 and
add the new datarow to this position in the existing array of datarows.

NB - i have to do this via a datarow array - cant avoid it.

can anyone help?

thanks
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Mihai Stancescu earned 300 total points
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If the length of the datarow array permits you to insert an other item then you can use the method SetValue.

ex:

DataRow[] dr = new DataRow[] {5};

//if you have filled up the array up to the 4 position try this
dr.SetValue(newDataRow, 5); // make sure that this value is less then the length of the array or else you'll get an exception.

Regards,
Mishu
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