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I have 2 datasets , i copied from 1 dataset to other using importrow and save to database.
Now the dataset from which rows are copied has rowstate as added , can i change it to unchanged , as i need to check later whether changes are saved or not based on rowstate
Posted 17-Mar-13 10:28am
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Maciej Los at 17-Mar-13 16:50pm
   
What have you done till now?
What's the problem?
And the question is...
srastogi85 at 17-Mar-13 18:11pm
   
Hi Maciej,
What i wass trying to do , have elaborated in below comment by me .

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Hey calling the AcceptChanges method on the data set will set the rowstate to unchanged.
Please see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.data.dataset.acceptchanges.aspx[^]
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srastogi85 at 17-Mar-13 18:10pm
   
Hi Mike,
I did Accept Changes for the 1st dataset, it changes rowstate to Unchanged thats perfectly ok,
but since due to primary key connstraint i added rows from other dataset also to the dataset i saved, so for this dataset , if i will do Acceptchanges now it will give primary key constraint since rows are already there , so wanted a way to change the rowstate of this dataset to Unchanged , Please suggest
Mickt1985 at 17-Mar-13 18:18pm
   
Either way here you won't be able to insert duplicate records in you database with the same ids, can you elaborate a bit more as to what your trying to achieve and post some code so I can take a look for you?

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