getRecordSet and setData were exactly what I was looking for. Thanks. -mike ...Message 1 of 3 , Jan 6, 2009View SourcegetRecordSet and setData were exactly what I was looking for. Thanks.
> The DataSource does not hold a copy of the data, it just fetches,
> merging there. The data is stored in the DataTable itself, in the
> Recordset object. Method getRecordSet() provides you a reference to it:
> RecordSet methods getLength and getRecord will let you loop through it:
> Finally, Record method setData will let you set the value for any
> column, even for those that did not exist before so you can add new
> values to the RecordSet before doing the insertColumn.