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Use Row.ItemArray to Check Column Name before accessing

Posted on 2006-11-17
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How might I use DataTable  Row   ".ItemArray" property to check a column name before I attempt

x = MyRow.Item(myColumnNameVariable)

Purpose:  I want to make sure I haven't misspelled the column name when I pass it to this statement using varColumnNameVariable.

Any guidance on this would be appreciated.

Thanks!


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satish_nagdev earned 350 total points
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hi,
sorry your question is not clear to me but i think you want to get column name from datatable,
you can use dataset.Table[0].Columns[0].ColumnName.

regards,
satish.
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Thanks for input.  That looks right (I was just guessing about ItemArray).   I'll try it and post results.
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Still waiting to get back to this one...
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STILL working my way back to this one...
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let me know when u get back to this :-)

regards,
satish.
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