Select from someTable Where (someField in ('item1', 'item2', 'item3')) Syntax, Parameters and DataTableAdapter Query

Hi All,

I'd like to use the above syntax within a tableAdapter query, but it only works if I pass one value in to the parameter, which I guess makes sense now that I'm writing this out (one value, one parameter). But is there a way to pass some variable number of strings to be used in a ... Where (SomeField in ('Item1', 'Item2', 'Item3')... clause?

Thanks for any help.



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Not really. You can pass multiple values, but then you may need to parse this string. Search by fn_split or ufn_alines here if you want to find threads discussing the problem.

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2/3/2009 8:10:47 PM

Thanks, Naom. I think I'm heading towards manually creating and running the query.



2/3/2009 8:25:37 PM


In order to split comma deltimated string U can Refer Splitting function fn_split as Naom is suggesting above

U can Refer


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2/4/2009 4:21:06 AM

Thanks, Raghav. I've been thinking about what Naom suggested, and the link you sent seems to solve the problem. I'll give it a try.


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