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From the bygone days of the dataview, I have a table that is a part of a dataset and I want to filter it off of another table's value.

In SQL:
select poo_suboptionrefid suboptionrefid, description   from product_or_option poo , suboptionref sor
where poo.poo_suboptionrefid = sor.suboptionrefid
and poo_active_sts_cd = 'A'
and poo_product_flag = 'Y'
and poo_suboptionrefid not in
(
select pop_product_id from product_option
where pop_option_id = 1310
)

I have pulled a tiny table for Products, and another for FlexOptions.  I am trying to show you what you can still pick from in the FlexOptions  

With dvPicked
            .Table = dsProds.Tables("Products")
            .RowFilter = "suboptionrefid  not in ( select pop_product_id from flexoptions where pop_option_id =" & Me.cboOptions.SelectedValue(0) & " )"

Error it pops up "Syntax error: Missing operand after 'pop_product_id' operator."

Thinks that this is a plain vanilla query and not a subtle sub query.

Is there a work around for this?   I could do a lot of this low level functionality in my gui instead of calling my bizLayer to set up the SQL for a data call.


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The RowFilter for a DataView is not an SQL query, and you can't make it work that way.  It is a simple filter expression, with some extra functions to make it easier to reference rows in a parent/child data relationship.

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Thanks.

I thought that this was the case :(

I appreciate your backing up my experience.  To bad because i could do a lot with the dataview.  Maybe 3.5 will look at this differently?  Not so much as a Linq thing because Linq seems to be tied to SQL Server.  I want this to be ADO centric instead.


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