Returning One row from TableAdapter

Posted on 2007-11-28
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Last Modified: 2009-07-29
I have created a table adapter that returns one row (selec top 1 ....)

In my Page_Load function, I want to take that value and put it in a label.

        Dim IAdapter As New IDataSetTableAdapters.Member1TableAdapter()
        Dim members As IDataSet.Member1DataTable

        members = IAdapter.GetNumberMembers

        For Each member1Row As IDataSet.Member1Row In members
            LabelNumMembers.Text = FormatNumber(member1Row.m_id, 0)

    End Sub

How do I convert the "For Each" properly for just one row?

And am I doing the above correctly? It works, so I know it ain't broke. But maybe it's misguided and could be improved?

Question by:Starr Duskk

Accepted Solution

Thejaka earned 2000 total points
ID: 20370895
There's really nothing wrong in using For Each, but if you insist...

If members.Rows.Count > 0
  LabelNumMembers.Text = FormatNumber(members(0).m_id, 0)
End If

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by:Starr Duskk
ID: 20373197
thanks!!! yay! shiney!


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