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How do I bind to a label from a SqlDataSource

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I want to pull the Womens Census Value

   protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        DataView dvSql = (DataView)SqlDataSource4.Select(DataSourceSelectArguments.Empty);
        foreach (DataRowView drvSql in dvSql)
        {
            lbl_Womens_Census.Text = drvSql["Womens_Census"].ToString();
        }
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<asp:SqlDataSource ID="SqlDataSource4" runat="server" 
        ConnectionString="<%$ ConnectionStrings:appdevConnectionString1 %>" 
        ProviderName="<%$ ConnectionStrings:appdevConnectionString1.ProviderName %>" 
        
                    SelectCommand="SELECT [ID], [Date], [NT1_Census], [NT1], [NT1_Status], [NT2_Census], [NT2], [NT2_Status], [NT3_Census], [NT3], [NT3_Status], [ICU_Census], [ICU], [ICU_Status], [SDU_Census], [SDU], [SDU_Status], [Tele3rd1_Census], [Tele3rd1], [Tele3rd1_Status], [Tele3rd2_Census], [Tele3rd2], [Tele3rd2_Status], [Tele4th1_Census], [Tele4th1], [Tele4th1_Status], [Tele4th2_Census], [Tele4th2], [Tele4th2_Status], [Pedi3rd_Census], [Pedi3rd], [Pedi3rd_Status], [Pedi4th_Census], [Pedi4th], [Pedi4th_Status], [PICU_SD_Census], [PICU_SD], [PICU_SD_Status], [ER_Census], [ER], [ER_Status], [MICU_Census], [MICU], [MICU_Status], [CPV_Census], [CPV], [CPV_Status], [CVOR_Census], [CVOR], [CVOR_Status], [CLOF_Census], [CLOF], [CLOF_Status], [CVOR_HOLDING_Census], [CVOR_HOLDING], [CVOR_HOLDING_Status], [Behavioral_Census], [Womens_Census], [Rehab_Census] FROM [tb_Bed_Control_Possible]">
    </asp:SqlDataSource>

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I am trying to do the simplest and best way to set the text to the label, can you tell me how/??

possibly modify my snippet above
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Check if you are getting data in DataView properly?
If yes, then you should get value in your label.
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I am trying not to use DataView, or Gridview , only the Label control
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TonyReba:

you have used this line in your code:
DataView dvSql = (DataView)SqlDataSource4.Select(DataSourceSelectArguments.Empty);

My question was whether you are getting data in DataView  or not? If you are getting than you should be able to iterate through DataViewRows and get the values. Another way is convert your DataView to table by using dvSql.ToTable(); and than iterate through DataTable.

But by your code, the value should come. please check if DataView is populated with data or not.
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Is comming across now, thank you
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