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The DataView object is more than a replacement for the DataTable’s Select method . Not only are the results of the Select method on a DataTable not directly data bindable, but it is also not a very efficient method to query rows.

Creating a DataView

A DataView can be created using any of the three constructor overloads it supports. The first constructor overload allows you to create a DataView but not specify any information

DataView  dv = new DataView() ;

The second constructor directly ties the DataView to a DataTable

DataView dv = new DataView(TableName) ;

The third and final constructor of DataViews allows you to specify all that information in one line of code.

DataView dv =new DataView(
EmpTable, "EmpID = 1001", 
"EmpName", DataViewRowState.Unchanged);


Example of DataView Object
private void DataViewexample()
// Create one DataTable with one column.
DataTable tb = new DataTable("student");
DataColumn dc = new DataColumn("stuentname",

// Add five items.
DataRow NewRow;
for(int i = 0; i <5; i++)
NewRow = table.NewRow();
NewRow["studentname"] = "studentname " + i;
// Change the values in the table.
table.Rows[1]["studentname"] = "Aditya";
// Create two DataView objects with the same table.
DataView firstView = new DataView(table);
DataView secondView = new DataView(table);
// Print current table values.
PrintTableOrView(table,"Current Values in Table");
// Set first DataView to show only modified 
// versions of original rows.
// Print values.   
PrinSTDtTableOrView(firstView,"First DataView: ModifiedOriginal");
// Add one New row to the second view.
DataRowView rowView;
rowView["studentname"] = "Anil";
// Set second DataView to show modified versions of 
// current rows, or New rows.
| DataViewRowState.Added;
// Print modified and Added rows.
"Second DataView: ModifiedCurrent | Added");
private void PrintSTDTableOrView(DataTable table, string s)
// This function prints values in the table or DataView.
Console.WriteLine("\n" + s);
for(int i = 0; i<table.Rows.Count;i++)
Console.WriteLine("\table" + table.Rows[i]["studentname"]);
private void PrintSTDTableOrView(DataView view, string label)
// This overload prints values in the table or DataView.
Console.WriteLine("\n" + s);
for(int i = 0; i<view.Count;i++)
Console.WriteLine("\table" + view[i][""studentname"]);
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