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DataRelation Left Join?

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Is it possible to do a left join using two datatables?

I am looking at the DataRelation object but that only seems to allow Inner Joins.  Any insight on this would be appreciated.
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take a look here including the posts (one has the code modified for a left outer join) http://weblogs.sqlteam.com/davidm/archive/2004/01/20/748.aspx
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