I have been looking for a way to evaluate if a column in a database has a null value in it. So far, every method suggested have failed and I would like to know anyone else have successfully evaluate a null value in C# Visual Studio 2005.
That part of the code works fine. What I was doing there is evaluating whether the query return a row and if it did, I'll move on to the next step and evaluate if the data in the column is NULL (The part I can't get to work).
Already have and its still the same. Somebody suggested that I use the is null in the query itself but I've never constructed a query like that before. Can anyone of you let me know if it is possible to do that?