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insert dataset into sql table - how to?

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I've read and split a delimited text file into a dataset.
It looks fine in a datagrid (5 columns and 5,000 rows),
but I've been trying, without success, to then insert
the resulting dataset called "result" into a single sql
table that has an auto-increment and PK column called ID,
as well as the 5 columns from the dataset.

Any suggestions on a way to perform the insert of the
"result" dataset into the sql table?



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StreamReader sr = new StreamReader("C:\\test.txt"); //Read From A
File instead of a webrequest

DataSet result = new DataSet(); //The DataSet to Return
result.Tables.Add("MyNewTable"); //Add DataTable to hold the DataSet

result.Tables["MyNewTable"].Columns.Add("CompanyName"); //Add a single
column to the DataTable
result.Tables["MyNewTable"].Columns.Add("FormType"); //Add a single
result.Tables["MyNewTable"].Columns.Add("CIK"); //Add a single
result.Tables["MyNewTable"].Columns.Add("DateFiled"); //Add a single
result.Tables["MyNewTable"].Columns.Add("SECWebAddress"); //Add a single

string AllData1 = sr.ReadToEnd(); //Read the rest of the
data in the file.
string[] rows = AllData1.Split("\n".ToCharArray()); //Split off each
row at the Line Feed

foreach(string r in rows) //Now add each row to the
string delimStr1 = "\t";
string[] items = r.Split(delimStr1.ToCharArray()); //Split the row at the
result.Tables["MyNewTable"].Rows.Add(items); //Add the item

for (int i = 1; i <= 11; i++) //Remove first 8
rows from the DataTable/DataSet

dataGrid1.SetDataBinding(result, "MyNewTable"); //Binds DataGrid to
DataSet,displaying datatable

Nov 17 '05 #1
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