Sets a row's data source to an collection. The IEnumerable interface supports a simple iteration over a collection.
This method will return only one row of data for the column bound by the datamarker. You must insert a datamarker into the template for each column of data you want shown.

 public virtual void BindRowData(System.Collections.IEnumerable dataSource, System.String[] columnNames, System.String dataSourceName, DataBindingProperties property)
Public Overridable Sub BindRowData(ByVal dataSource As System.Collections.IEnumerable, ByVal columnNames As String(), ByVal dataSourceName As String, ByVal [property] As DataBindingProperties)

An IEnumerable collection to use as the data source.

The names of the columns to get from the data source. If the columnNames parameter is null, field binding can only be performed by ordinal (for example, %%=DSN.#1 or %%=$DSN). If colNames is specified, both ordinal field binding and named field binding can be used.

The name of the data marker at which to insert the values imported from the data source. For example, to bind a data source to the data marker %%=Orders.OrderId, the value of dataSourceName should be "Orders". The string passed must begin with a letter.

The DataBindingProperties object which contains information about how the data should be bound to the template. property Must be specified, but the DataBindingProperties need not be set beforehand. To bind data to a template with the default DataBindingProperties, pass in ExcelTemplate.CreateDataBindingProperties() as the property value. Otherwise, use the ExcelTemplate.CreateDataBindingProperties() method to generate a new DataBindingProperties object and set the DataBindingProperties.MaxRows, DataBindingProperties.Transpose, and/or DataBindingProperties.WorksheetName properties for the workbook.

BindRowData will throw this exception if null (C#) or Nothing (VB.NET) is passed to the method.

You can set several data sources for a single template. Use the following methods to set template data sources: BindCellData, BindColumnData, BindRowData, and BindData.

          ExcelTemplate xlt = new ExcelTemplate();

          //--- Bind the IEnumerable collection to the
          //--- %%=Orders.[Field] data marker.
          xlt.Save(Page.Response, "EmployeeOrders.xls", false);

          Dim xlt As New ExcelTemplate();

          '--- Bind the IEnumerable collection to the
          '--- %%=Orders.[Field] data marker.
          xlt.BindRowData(OrdersColl, _
               null, _
               "Orders", _
          xlt.Save(Page.Response, "EmployeeOrders.xls", False)