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How to filter multiple row of records in DataTable in the Dataset

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I am currently filtering column name : SCR_DPY_SEQ which has records certain records by using the below syntax.

Syntax filters only few records and not all..

And this syntax is very cumbersome to manage .. Is there a better way to filter Multiple row of records in a Database within the Dataset ??

 
PTDs.Merge(ds.Tables("p_tree").Select("SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003039' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003040' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003041' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003042' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003043' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003121' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003122' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003123' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003124' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003125' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003203' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003204' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003205' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003206' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003207' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003285' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003286' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003287' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003288' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003289' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003367' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003368' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003369' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003370' AND SCR_DPY_SEQ <> '30003371'"))

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by:Wayne Taylor (webtubbs)
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You could use this....

PTDs.Merge(ds.Tables("p_tree").Select("SCR_DPY_SEQ NOT IN ('30003039', '30003040', '30003041' , '30003042', '30003043', '30003121', '30003122', '30003123', '30003124', '30003125', '30003203', '30003204', '30003205', '30003206', '30003207', '30003285', '30003286', '30003287', '30003288', '30003289', '30003367', '30003368', '30003369', '30003370', '30003371')"))
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or possibly:

PTDs.Merge(ds.Tables("p_tree").Select("SCR_DPY_SEQ < '30003039' OR SCR_DPY_SEQ NOT >'30003371'"))

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by:chokka
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There is another column name : GROUP_CODE, i need to filter SG.

This will reduce the code.

PTDs.Merge(ds.Tables("p_tree").Select("GROUP_CODE not like SG"))

How to use - SELECT NOT LIKE
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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SELECT * From Table1 As t Where t.Name Not In(Select .t2.Name From Table2 t2)

This is one out of many variations.
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by:chokka
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Thanks , by any chance - can you please rewrite your syntax in a compilable ..
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