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Changes values in data adapter before updating dataset

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Hello,

I have a data bind form which creates a strong-typed dataset. At one point I call:
tblMyAdapter.Update(MyDataset)
MyDataSet.AcceptChanges()

Now I want to change the value in one field before I call the update and acceptchanges method. How do I do this? I think there is some way of looking at the newly entered data by the user before the changes can be pushed to the database. Note I am using vb.net 3.5

Regards,
MI
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You can do it directly.
Easy example:
ds.Tables(0).Rows(0)("ID") = "1"
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