Problem with sql and datetime column

Hi experts

I have a Access db and there is a column named "DateTime" and when I try to populate a combobox with the value then I only get "System.Data.DataRowView". I know its because "DateTime" is some kind of reserved word because if I change it, it works and displays the dates from the db. Is there a way to still use this column name and get the combobox to display tha data with "DateTime"?

Thanx in advance
Dim myaccessdbpath As String = myapath
            Dim connection As OleDbConnection = CreateConnection(myaccessdbpath)
            connection.Open()
            Dim command As New OleDbCommand()
            command.CommandText = "SELECT Table.[DateTime] FROM Table"
            command.Connection = connection
            Dim dt As New DataTable()
            Dim da As New OleDbDataAdapter(command)
            da.Fill(dt)
            frmRoadCall.cbxdatetime.DataSource = dt
            frmRoadCall.cbxdatetime.DisplayMember = "Table.[DateTime]"

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AbedelhadyCommented:
Hi,

Try to use alias, so change your command text as:

command.CommandText = "SELECT Table.[DateTime] as mydatetime FROM Table"

and change the combo box display member to:
frmRoadCall.cbxdatetime.DisplayMember = "Table.[DateTime]"

Hopfully this may help.
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AbedelhadyCommented:
sorry, change the combo box display member to:
frmRoadCall.cbxdatetime.DisplayMember = "Table.mydatetime"
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BenvorAuthor Commented:
Works excellent thank you Abedelhady.
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