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ReferencedStudySequenceDataTable Class Methods

Summary

For a list of all members of this type, see ReferencedStudySequenceDataTable members

Public Methods

Name Description
Public Method AddReferencedStudySequenceRow Adds a new ReferencedStudySequenceRow to the System.Data.DataTable.Rows collection.
Public Method Clone Clones the structure of the ReferencedStudySequenceDataTable, including all ReferencedStudySequenceDataTable schemas and constraints
Public Method FindByStudyInstanceUIDReferencedSOPInstanceUID Finds a ReferencedStudySequenceRow in the System.Data.DataTable.Rows collection by the Study Instance UID and Referenced SOP Instance UID value.
Public Method static  | Shared in VB GetTypedTableSchema Returns the System.Xml.Schema.XmlSchemaComplexType for the ReferencedStudySequenceDataTable.
Public Method NewReferencedStudySequenceRow Creates an empty ReferencedStudySequenceRow without adding it to the System.Data.DataTable.Rows collection.
Public Method RemoveReferencedStudySequenceRow Removes a ReferencedStudySequenceRow from the System.Data.DataTable.Rows collection.

Protected Methods

Name Description
Protected Method CreateInstance This API supports the .NET Framework infrastructure and is not intended to be used directly from your code.
Protected Method GetRowType This API supports the .NET Framework infrastructure and is not intended to be used directly from your code.
Protected Method NewRowFromBuilder Creates a new row from an existing row.
Protected Method OnRowChanged Raises the ReferencedStudySequenceRowChanged event.
Protected Method OnRowChanging Raises the ReferencedStudySequenceRowChanging event.
Protected Method OnRowDeleted Raises the ReferencedStudySequenceRowDeleted event.
Protected Method OnRowDeleting Raises the ReferencedStudySequenceRowDeleting event.
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