troubleshooting Question


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Hi, I have a VB 2005 Windows Application using an Access 2003 database.

In my application, I've creating a dataTable called "dtUsers" and am filling it with all the fields from the "Users" Table. I would like to use the FIND property to search the dataTable for a specific User's Last Name.  I know I can loop through all the rows one at a time until I find a match, but that seems extremely inefficient.

If dtUsers.Rows.Find("LastName") = "Finklestinkle" Then
            Console.WriteLine("I found him...!!!")
End If

I think the syntax may be wrong, and it keeps telling me the dataTable does not have a Primary Key.

Any suggestions or tutorials that might help?

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