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Using VB.Net 2008 and working with a EDI 834 file.

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Hello everyone this is my first time post and using EE and so far I have found it very helpful! My coding skills are a bit rusty but I am attempting to grease the wheels in the brain again and hopefully get some help. I need to load a dataset with a string array and then into a datagridview, or can I load straight into a datagridview? I figured I would started with what I thought would be the simplest of my questions first.


I am new to vb.net 2008 I did mess with .net when it first came out so its not totally foreign to me.
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I haven't worked with EDI 834 format, but it should be pretty straight forward, using a StreamReader, to create a DataSet from the text.
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thanks that worked out great!
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