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Default How to output dataset to .txt file not to .xml?

How can i write the dataset result to text file .txt not to .xml??????????????

or what should i do to save the output results of the two dataAdapters to .txt file or any other file format that could be used as a receipt for new orders

SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection();

con.ConnectionString = "Server=YOUR-0699539F8F\\SQLExpress;Initial Catalog=TheBeerHouse;Integrated Security=true";

SqlDataAdapter da2 = new SqlDataAdapter((" select OrderID, AddedBy, AddedDate, ShippingMethod, ShippedDate, Subtotal, Shipping, ShippingFirstName, ShippingLastName, ShippingStreet, ShippingPostalCode, ShippingCity, ShippingState, ShippingCountry, CustomerEmail, CustomerPhone, CustomerFax from tbh_Orders where OrderID = (select Max(OrderID) from tbh_Orders)"), con);

SqlDataAdapter da = new SqlDataAdapter((" Select OrderID, OrderItemID, Title, TitleA, SKU, UnitPrice, Quantity from tbh_OrderItems where OrderID = (select Max(OrderID) from tbh_OrderItems)"), con);

DataSet myds = new DataSet();

da2.Fill(myds, "Orders");

da.Fill(myds, "OrderItems");

DataRelation rel = myds.Relations.Add("MyRelation", myds.Tables[0].Columns["OrderID"], myds.Tables[1].Columns["OrderID"]);

rel.Nested = true;

myds.WriteXml("c:\\NestedXml3.xml", XmlWriteMode.IgnoreSchema);

Response.Redirect("ThankYou.aspx");
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That would depend on the format of the txt file.
If you just want to output the XML to a file with the extension of txt rather than xml, that is easy enough.

In other words, what do you want to output to the text file? You can easily write your own class that outputs data from the dataset (or from the xml representation of a dataset for that matter) to a stream, a string, or a file.


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