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AFSEKI7-May-07 5:50
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Why do you want to check one table on "both" systems row by row? You then do and extra, non-logical row checkup for the rows on their own table Wink | ;) I assume you want to check if the rows of a table in databaseFirst exist in a table in databaseSecond.

1) Execute select * from 1st table and store the result in a DataTable
2) Execute select * from 2nd table and store the result in a DataTable
3) You should compare the values of each row manually or wrap the DataRow object in your own implementation where you override Object.Equals and Object.GetHashCode() methods where you compare specific values ( row[column1], row[column2]...e.t.c.)
4) For value types: != compares values BUT
For reference types like DataRow, it compares the reference (memory address) which is in your case always different because you are already comparing DataRows in different tables.

Hope this helps,

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