It is a little tricky since you cannot combine datasets in binding, you have to do it in scripting. You can put a propertyChange script on the Root Container that if any of the datasets change you can create a new combined one. Add the following code to a propertyChange script of the Root Container:[code]if event.propertyName == “ds1” or event.propertyName == “ds2”:
ds1 = event.source.ds1
ds2 = event.source.ds2
header = [“Item”, “Value”]
data = 
data = 
for row in system.dataset.toPyDataSet(ds):
event.source.combined = system.dataset.toDataSet(header, data)[/code]You can add more than just two datasets ds1 and ds2. This code goes through and creates a whole new dataset out of the previous ones and sets it to the combined dataset on the Root Container in my case.