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DataTable - GetChildRows never works!

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I have a number of datatables defined in  a dataset and have included the relations. However I'm never able to retrieve any ChildRows through the GetChildRows() method by providing the data relation name?
It always returns null. I've defined the relation as "Relation Only" as opposed to FK constraint and so on.
Any ideas if I'm doing something wrong?!

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Question by:Ignis2
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DarrenD earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Not to state the obvious but I presume there is definitely childrows belonging to a parent row? Each table has values? and the relations are created on the correct rows? and can you post some code so that I can see what you are doing?

Once there is data, there should be no problems.

Cheers,

Darren
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by:Ignis2
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Doh! The relation was connected to the wrong table! And Ii checked it a 101 times! Aaaaargh!
sorry!
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