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Hi.

I am working with an external  WebService which  returns an array, but I cant recover the data on it.

I specifically need to recover two columns of the array and insert this values dynamically into a datatable. These colums names in the array are: DescripcionOT and FolioOT.

================= The code  in vb.Net is like this:  ============


 Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load

        Dim sesion_bodega As Integer = 2

        Dim OrdenesDeTrab As Array
        Dim WS_OTS As New WsInfoParaBodegas
        Dim TabOTs As New DataTable


        OrdenesDeTrab = WS_OTS.OrdenesEnEjecucion(2)

        Dim OTs As String
        Dim Desc_OT As String

        OTs = OrdenesDeTrab.Length.ToString

        ' in the debugging image the array.lenght  recovers 3 rows  (OTs= 3)
        ' Here I need to recover the 3 register in the array to fill up a data dable  (TabOTs ) 
        ' the array view is attached in the image. 


    End Sub

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by:Shaun Kline
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Have you tried using <your data table>.Rows.Add(<your array>)?
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Dim OrdenesDeTrab As Array
            Dim WS_OTS As New WsInfoParaBodegas
            Dim TabOTs As New DataTable

            OrdenesDeTrab = WS_OTS.OrdenesEnEjecucion(sesion_bodega)
            TabOTs.Columns.Add("FolioOT", GetType(String))
            TabOTs.Columns.Add("DescripcionOT", GetType(String))

     
            For i As Integer = 0 To Convert.ToInt32(OrdenesDeTrab.Length) - 1

                If Not IsNothing(OrdenesDeTrab(i).DescripcionOT) Then
                    Dim N_reg As DataRow = TabOTs.NewRow
                    N_reg.Item("FolioOT") = OrdenesDeTrab(i).FolioOT.ToString
                    N_reg.Item("DescripcionOT") = OrdenesDeTrab(i).descripcionOT.ToString
                    TabOTs.Rows.Add(N_reg)

                Else

                    Mensaje.Text = " No se encontraron órdenes de trabajo de PSL "

                End If

            Next

            GV_OTs_PSL.DataSource = TabOTs
            GV_OTs_PSL.DataBind()
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by:Guvs89
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I tryed several ways to recover de array data , by  my own trial and error process.
It  finally it worked.
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