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How to query a query result set in ASP.NET C#

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I have a dataset result from a query that I am querying to get counts for a webpage.  I am getting an error referencing the ds.  What is the proper way to reference a ds from a query?

here is my code:

SqlDataAdapter da = new SqlDataAdapter(strSQL,con);
da.Fill(ds,"FlagCnts"); // Flag counts of Surveys completed
                              
// count of total flags for records for Surveys completed  by form
strSQL = "SELECT Form, Sum(A_Flag) AS SumOfA_Flag, Sum(L_Flag) AS SumOfL_Flag, Sum(Q_Flag) AS SumOfQ_Flag, Sum(W_Flag) AS SumOfW_Flag, Sum(O_Flag) AS SumOfO_Flag, Sum(D_Flag) AS SumOfD_Flag FROM FlagCnts GROUP BY  Form;";

da = new SqlDataAdapter(strSQL, con);
da.Fill(ds, "TotalFlaggedRecs");

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SqlDataAdapter da = new SqlDataAdapter(strSQL,con);
da.Fill(ds,"FlagCnts"); // Flag counts of Surveys completed
int count = da.Table[0].Rows.Count //this will return number of record
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you can use Select method of a dataset

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/t5ce3dyt(vs.71).aspx
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Another way is to just use DataView to filter data from your DataSet
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by:ahll
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Hi,

I'd say you could combine both queries in just one, so you wont need to access the results from the first query within a second one.
Can you post here the actual SQL you are running the first time?
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I was already doing this to a pont.  I was trying to set up another dataset where I did not need to.  Thanks for the assistance.

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