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Question: What is the correct syntax to read data from a data table?

The right side of the = sign is not working.

              With SQL.ds.Tables(0)
                    Me.CustomerIDTextBox.Text = .Columns.Item("CustomerID")
                    Me.FirstNameTextBox.Text = .Rows(0).Item("FirstName")
                    Me.LastNameTextBox.Text = .Rows(0).Item("LastName")
                    Me.AddressTextBox.Text = .Rows(0).Item("Address")
                    Me.CityTextBox.Text = .Rows(0).Item("City")
                    Me.StateTextBox.Text = .Rows(0).Item("State")
                    Me.ZipCodeTextBox.Text = .Rows(0).Item("ZipCode")
                    Me.EmailTextBox.Text = .Rows(0).Item("Email")
                    Me.PhoneTextBox.Text = .Rows(0).Item("Phone")
                End With

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Question by:Mike Eghtebas
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Fernando Soto earned 500 total points
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Hi  eghtebas;

Try it like this to see if you get what you are looking for.

With SQL.ds.Tables(0)
    '' This next line will get the column name.
    Me.CustomerIDTextBox.Text = .Columns("CustomerID").ColumnName
    Me.FirstNameTextBox.Text = .Rows(0)("FirstName")
    Me.LastNameTextBox.Text = .Rows(0)("LastName")
    Me.AddressTextBox.Text = .Rows(0)("Address")
    Me.CityTextBox.Text = .Rows(0)("City")
    Me.StateTextBox.Text = .Rows(0)("State")
    Me.ZipCodeTextBox.Text = .Rows(0)("ZipCode")
    Me.EmailTextBox.Text = .Rows(0)("Email")
    Me.PhoneTextBox.Text = .Rows(0)("Phone")
End With

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by:Mike Eghtebas
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Thanks.
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Not a problem, glad to help.
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