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DataSet Usage IN VB.NET

I am converting an application from VB6, and I am reading a table in Access into a DataSet.  I do not need to make any changes to the original, but I do not wish to have a continual impact on the original database, as it is probably being used by other processes.  

I am making changes to the DataSet, including changes to the structure (adding a few columns), and then traversing the row collection and reformatting some of the information (padding, etc).  However, when I dump out the DataTable again, my changes have not taken place.

Thanks In Advance,

- Michael
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Jorge PaulinoIT Pro/DeveloperCommented:
Can you show us some code ? What changes do you make and what you mean with lost?
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Tommy11bCommented:
.Net has many differences in the file system and datasets from VB6. If you have simply upgraded the old dataset, I would suggest scrapping it and creating a new one from scratch in .Net. It seems like you have your query & table structure already made up, if thats the case I would use that to fill an Untyped dataset and then call the DataSet.WriteXmlSchema("yourFile.xsd") method to get you started on your new dataset. (simply saves some typing and manual entry).
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mjs082969Author Commented:
Sorry, it was in ID 10T error.

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