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ADO.NET Object The DataRow tutorials

  • Every DataTable has a collection of DataRows. You add, delete, and modify data within a table by using DataRows. Each row is the equivalent of a single record, such as a single customer in a Customers table.

  • You add a brand new row to a table by using the DataTable’s NewRow method. Once the row exists within the table, you can use the DataRow’s interfaces to modify it. The majority of your editing and data modifications are done using the DataRow object to manipulate your tables on a record-by-record basis.

  • The below table shows the properties of the DataRow object.





This property specifies Boolean value that indicates this row has an error


Provides access to column values based on the column name you provide it


Allows you to check or modify the error message for this row


Provides you with the rows current state


Returns the name of the table containing this DataRow


  • The below table shows the methods of the DataRow object.





Commits any changes made to this row


Clears all errors raised for the DataRow


Removes this row from the table


Converts the value of the indicated column to a String data type


Rejects and rolls back any uncommitted changes to the row


Returns the data type of the indicated column


Provides a description for the chosen column


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