LINQ to DataSet – LinqDataView and indexes

Index usage One of the features of the DataView that often gets overlooked is its ability to very quickly find a DataRow (or multiple DataRows) by an index value.  The index is built on the sort criteria, so if you sort based on the last name column, the index will also be on the last…

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LINQ to DataSet Data Binding – LinqDataView Restriction Joins

LINQ To DataSet Data Binding – LinqDataView restriction joins In previous episodes In the last post I made on LINQ To DataSet Binding, I talked about how to create a LinqDataView. I’m going to spend some time today talking about some of the interesting applications that the LinqDataView allows. This is far from a comprehensive…

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LINQ to DataSet Data Binding – Introducing LinqDataView

It’s long overdue, but I finally was able to finish a few more posts on this series. Let me know if you find it helpful, and what you would like to see more of!  Why DataView? As mentioned in this previous post, there are numerous options for data binding with LINQ to DataSet. The post is going to…

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