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Operator '&' is not defined for types 'String' and 'System.Data.DataRowView'.

Operator '&' is not defined for types 'String' and 'System.Data.DataRowView'.
    Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load
        Dim dtholidays As New DataTable()
        dtholidays = dateallreadybooked.mybookedhols("perkinj")
        Dim myhols As DataView
        myhols = New DataView(dtholidays, "", "", DataViewRowState.CurrentRows)

        For Each Dayitis In myhols
            Mybookedlabel.Text = "<td align='center'>" & myhols.Item("Date") & "</td> <td align='center' >" & myhols.Item("Timeofday") & "</td> <td align='center'>" & myhols.Item("Type") & "</td><td align='center'>" & myhols.Item("bookedon") & "</td>"

        Next

         End Sub

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runnerjp2005
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Eddie ShipmanAll-around developerCommented:
Try:

Mybookedlabel.Text = "<td align='center'>" + myhols.Item("Date") + "</td> <td align='center' >" + myhols.Item("Timeofday") + "</td> <td align='center'>" + myhols.Item("Type") + "</td><td align='center'>" + myhols.Item("bookedon") + "</td>"

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runnerjp2005Author Commented:
BC30452: Operator '+' is not defined for types 'String' and 'System.Data.DataRowView'.
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)PresidentCommented:
Item is not a String and Option Strict is probably set to On (which is a good thing).

Try adding ToString after each of the items: myhols.Item("Date") .ToString()
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Eddie ShipmanAll-around developerCommented:
Yep, I didn't see that one.
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