For example, a calculated field can represent a new value, a custom sort order for a set of field values, or an existing field that is converted to a different datatype.
For more information, see The following report items can display data from a dataset: Textbox, Table, Matrix, List, Chart, and Gauge.
Note In Windows Forms, the data-binding architecture takes care of sending changes from data-bound controls to the dataset, and you do not have to explicitly update the dataset with your own code.
For more information, see Windows Forms Data Architecture.
Guys, I am looping thru a dataset and need to update rows' columns based on the Column Name value. What I need to do is update the value of the date field in the dataset so that it doesn't blow up the back end code - which it does now. A day like today (march 21, 2008) would make it choke because the front end would be sending 21/3/2008 (standard Canada date format) - Progress expects there to be a numberic value between 1-12 in the first two byte postions, but obviously 21 is greater than 12, hence the minor mushroom cloud and a failed database update.
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