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Default select distinct

Hello,

After you have a dataset, is there a way that a data view could possibly do a "select distinct" on that data to get only the unique set of names for the data set? It doesn't necessarily have to be through a data view, I just need to get a distinct selection of the data from the data set or the XML data source through ADO.NET.

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