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Based upon what you wrote in your comments, although I'm very confused
as to why you would want it this way and think you should rather look
at your code a bit more and see if there's a nicer / neater solution
(for example, using DataViews that automatically allow for filtering).
The way I would do this would look as follows:
Dim ReturnedTables As New List(Of DataTable)
Dim strings = From row In
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If I get it right, you want to display the sum of the values of all
At the moment, there is no JSF-action in your code (no form, no
submit, no ajax).
<p:column headerText="Allot No. of Candidates" >
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DataRow resultss = dt.AsEnumerable().Where(row =>
String Here")).Select(row => row).ToArray<DataRow>();
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"bDestroy" : true
in your datatable object init or alternatively you can
and then recreate it.
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Instead of the LoadDataRow + CopyToDataTable approach i would always
prefer a simple foreach where i add those rows in the query. Thats
much more clear and doesn't rely on side-effects.
You can join on the string and put both rows in an anonymous type:
var query = from r1 in dt1.AsEnumerable()
join r2 in dt2.AsEnumerable()