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When I'm debugging my program...it would be nice to be able to see what my
datatable has in it. I'm currently trying to figure out a way by using the
command window.
I read something about dataset.getxml()...but I have my data stored in a
datatable.
I know I can do:
? dt.rows(0).item("name")
But I was hoping to display the entire content.

Any ideas?

-bruce
Nov 21 '05 #1
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What database are you working with?
If it's an SQL Server, open Query Analyzer and select data.
If it's MS Access, you could do the same by opening a file directly, without
using VS IDE.

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When I'm debugging my program...it would be nice to be able to see what my
datatable has in it. I'm currently trying to figure out a way by using
the
command window.
I read something about dataset.getxml()...but I have my data stored in a
datatable.
I know I can do:
? dt.rows(0).item("name")
But I was hoping to display the entire content.

Any ideas?

-bruce

Nov 21 '05 #2

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