Multiple PDF's To Memory Stream

I am storing pdf files as blobs in a sql table.  I want to combine those fields from multiple records to display one pdf in a web based application.  The following code displays a pdf but it is always the pdf from the last record processed rather than all combined.  I am assuming the loop is overwriting it each time but don't understand why ?

        Dim ds As New DataSet
        Dim intRpt As Integer
        Dim strBranch As String
        intRpt = 800
        strBranch = "XXXXXX"
        Dim dr As DataRow, rptname As String
        ds = (DATASET RETURNED FROM CALLED PROCESS WHICH CONTAINS MULTIPLE RECORDS)

        Dim bPages() As Byte, m As New MemoryStream, K As Long

        For Each dr In ds.Tables("Status").Rows
            bPages = dr("RPT")
            K = UBound(bPages)
            m.Write(bPages, 0, K)
        Next
        ds.Dispose()

        rptname = "COMBINED.PDF"
        Response.ContentType = "application/pdf"
        Response.AddHeader("content-disposition", "inline; filename=" & rptname)
        Response.BinaryWrite(m.ToArray)

        m.Dispose()
        bPages = Nothing
        Response.End()
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BakuRetsu_XCommented:
If they are different byte array files in each of those rows, you won't be able to combine pdf files that way.  You will need an API to merge the pdf files together, then you can display it.  Something like PdfSharp will do what you  are looking for.
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Thanks !
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