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How do I AcceptChanges to DataSet when there are Rows with RowState of Detached?

Posted on 2008-10-07
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I have a DataSet and have subscribed to the RowChanged event. When this row fires, I reject some rows under certain conditions. The rows are rejected using the e.Rows.RejectChanges() method. I have also tried e.Row.Delete() method. Problem is, it leaves these rows in the Row Collection with a RowState of detached. When I attempt to use the AcceptChanges() method, the RowNotInTableException is thrown. Any suggestions what I can do?
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by:Bob Learned
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What happened with 'e.Rows.RejectChanges'?
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by:freename
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The LearnedONe,
It appears to reject the changes. However, when I look at the RowsCollection, it is still there. Its RowState is detached. Thus the problem when I do AcceptChanges().
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If you left out the call to AcceptChanges, what happens after that step?  Are you writing the changes back to the database?
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No longer need solution. Accepting this one since TheLearnedOne is the only one to answer.
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