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VB2008  BASIC  COPY TABLE TO ANOTHER

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Hi EXPERTS

I HAVE A LARGE DATATABLE    DTR
I WOULD LIKE TO COPY PART OF DTR TO DTR2 WHERE DTR.KEYCODE COLUMN = 'SOLD'
THEN DISPLAY DTR2 IN A GRID



PLEASE HELP
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You might be able to use Linq-to-DataSet, and use a Where expression.

LINQ To DataSet Samples - DataSet Loading examples
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/bb738020#copydtable

Public Sub DataSetLinq117a()

    Dim customers = TestDS.Tables("Customers").AsEnumerable()
    Dim orders = TestDS.Tables("Orders").AsEnumerable()

    Dim query = From o In orders _
                Where o("Total") < 500.0# _
                Select o


    Dim results = query.CopyToDataTable()

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    PrettyPrintDataTable(results)
End Sub
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