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Convert Readonly datatable to editable

Posted on 2009-07-08
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Hi,
I have datatable pouplated by a datareader
   Dim dtSchema As DataTable = Recordreader
I need to change rows in the table but I get error the datable is readonly.
Any suggestions?

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Dim dtSchema As DataTable
dtSchema.Load(Recordreader)

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