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VB.net Filter Syntax

Posted on 2013-01-17
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To set a LIKE filter on a DataTable for column [Payment Type] do I use the following syntax

ds.Tables("MyTable").DefaultView.RowFilter = "(Payment Type LIKE '*x*' OR Payment Type LIKE '*x*')"

OR do I use:

ds.Tables("MyTable").DefaultView.RowFilter = "([Payment Type] LIKE '*x*' OR [Payment Type] LIKE '*x*')"
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RowFilter does not like [ ] so try without those. Also, use '%x%' instead of '*x*'.


ds.Tables("MyTable").DefaultView.RowFilter = "Payment Type LIKE '%x%' OR Payment Type LIKE '%x%'"


But you may have issues on that column name.
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Thanks. I got errors saying with square brackets so thanks for the validation
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