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ASP.NET - how to have multiple data readers in same routine

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I'm working on an ASP.NET/vbscript project and I have 3 sections of data on a form, each with a different datasource declared in the Page_Load. The problem I'm running into is that the first declaration (opening and filling SqlConnection, SqlCommand, SqlDataReader) works fine, but when I try to pull data from the 2nd SqlDataReader, I get an error message saying "Invalid attempt to read when no data is present". The sql command it is using to fill the reader is valid and works just fine. When I remove the code for the first datareader, the second one works perfectly fine....it just seems that when there are two declared and opened in the same routine, the second fails. Is there a way to have multiple datareaders in the same routine (they are named differently)?
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nisarkhan earned 50 total points
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you use the

dr.NextResult();
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