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Setting a rowfilter on a dataset table

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I have a xml file I load into a data set.  One of the fields ends up being a string date value of
"1900-01-01T00:00:00-05:00" {String}
    String: "1900-01-01T00:00:00-05:00"

This is the value it uses for a null value.  Anyway I need to create a rowfilter to see if the first 4 characters are "1900"

ds.tables(0).defaultview.rowfilter = "?????"

Normally I would go "Completedby = '" & ds.tables(0).rows(i).item(2).tostring" and I would be good to go, but what I need to do is something like "left(completedby,4)='1900', but when I do that it doesnt seem to get column information correct.  Any ideas, thanks


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