I flagged this answer as "not an answer":
For the users who cannot see the content of the linked answer:
"Sorry for the late answer , I've found another way for this . as you said , using DataSource but What I would like to know now , is how to Load in it from SQL Server Database"
Surely this is a comment to the other answer, but my flag was rejected, and I don't know why?
Sure at least one of moderators believes that it's not an answer to the question, because they deleted this answer (Shog9). Surely this kind of rejection (which happens sometimes) disappoints users. And a next time someone like me is not going to flag such things (as "not an answer").
Maybe some moderators are accepting and rejecting flags in a bulk manner, but when someone flags as "not an answer", they should read the question and answer carefully, and if they cannot understand they should leave it to other moderators, instead of bulk accepting or rejecting. (This particular answer is very clearly a comment to the other answer and the user couldn't leave a comment because of low reputation, and provided it as an answer, in this case a moderator checked it in blind manner).
My previous question was about not an answer, answers and moderator rejection, which means this pattern is usual.