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VB.NET GridView Updating Records

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I have a gridview that is bound to a datatable. The fields are templete fields so the user can edit the records in the default item view. How do I update my datatable after changes are made to the gridview?
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The changes are made to the datatable automatically. All the bound controls make changes to their data source automatically.
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I wrote an update dataset after they update a row, that was the only solution that worked. The dataset was not being updated automatically. Thanks for your help though
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