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Viewing Data Using a DataView 

The DataView is commonly used in data-binding applications where a control exposes the contents of the underlying table as a view. The following topics describe how to expose the contents of a DataView to a custom control, or in an application that is not data-bound, including how to search for particular values in a DataView and how to create views of child data from parent-child relationships.

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Viewing the Contents of a DataView

Describes how to access the data exposed by the DataView.

Searching a DataView

Describes how to find a particular row in a DataView.

Navigating Relationships Using a DataView

Describes how to create views of data from a parent-child relationship using a DataView.

Related Sections

Creating and Using DataViews

Describes the DataView object and how it is used to provide dynamic views of data with different sort orders and filter criteria.

Creating and Using DataTables

Describes the DataTable object and how it is used to provide an in-memory relational representation of data.

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