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Hi, please help me i want a method whose return type must be string[] and in that method i want to load columns values from sql server database,please help me with a sample snippet
Posted 13-Dec-12 4:45am
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OriginalGriff 13-Dec-12 10:46am
   
This is not a good question - we cannot work out from that little what you are trying to do.
Remember that we can't see your screen, access your HDD, or read your mind.
You need to tell us more about what kind of data you are getting from your database, and how you need it converted to a string array. Otherwise we have to guess, and that really isn't a good strategy!
Use the "Improve question" widget to edit your question and provide better information.
ryanb31 13-Dec-12 11:14am
   
Where are you stuck? There are a million ways to do this and it will depend on the classes you have.
Master Black 13-Dec-12 12:04pm
   
Yes I agree with Griff and ryanb. One of the simplest way is you call your database connection in a method and declare your string array in that method and access your database result into that string array and return that array.

But Its not advisable to use string[] returning from a function.

You can return an object of a class that holds your data returning from the database.
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Solution 1

Hi,

Try this

DataTable DT=new DataTable();
string[] arr;
if(DT.Rows.Count>0)
{
string StrArray = string.Join(",", (from DataRow row in DT.Rows select (string)row["DataTableColumnName"]).ToArray());
arr = StrArray.Split(',');
}
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Solution 2

Ya,there are many ways.1st u have to try google, it will explore u much better.

But u ask,so try->

String SourceData;  //to store data from column 
string[] strArr = new string[SourceData];
char[] splitchar = {' '};
strArr = str.Split(splitchar);


Here in strArr u will found o/p as u want.
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