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Old March 14th, 2005, 04:01 PM
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Default Rows.Find () Method + Windows 98??

Hi;

My code below doesn´t work well in windows 98 only.
I use them in windows XP and it´s OK.

thisBuilder = new OleDbCommandBuilder (thisAdapter);

                thisDataSet = new DataSet ();

                thisAdapter.Fill (thisDataSet, "sigla");

                DataColumn[] keys = new DataColumn [1];
                keys[0] = thisDataSet.Tables["sigla"].Columns ["sigla"];
                thisDataSet.Tables ["sigla"].PrimaryKey = keys;
                DataRow findRow = thisDataSet.Tables ["sigla"].Rows.Find (siglaSgc);

                if (findRow == null)
                {
                    //retornando falso indicando que esse registro é novo
                    return false;
                }

In windows 98 some times the method works well and some times doesn´t work appropriately.
The is a problem in a Rows.Find () method and Windows 98????
Anybody can help???
Thanks....
 
Old March 15th, 2005, 06:55 AM
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Does it give an error?
Try putting the code in try catch in that case and see what the problem is.

Talking about two different operating systems, inherantly means talking about two different sets of settings which can be the source of this behaviour.



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