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Posted on 2007-11-27
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I have a datatable which I create dynamically, this datatable don t have the same number of columns every time when i create it.
Now i should create a report from this datatable in CR. The datatable looks like this one:

VrstaAvta      11/02/2007      12/03/2007 ...
JednoVratni      2            4
DvoVratni      2            4
TroVratni      2            5

And CR should look like this:
            JednoVratni      DvoVratni      TroVratni
11/02/2007      2            2            2
12/03/2007      4            4            5
 
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Pratima Pharande earned 500 total points
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You can try wih creaing new datable by converting values rows to colums like , where dtold is your old datable  and then bind new dt to CR


dim dt as datatable
Dim dr as DataRow

               For Each dr In dtold.Rows

                dt.Columns.Add(dr.Item(0))
            Next
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