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Datagrid populated by LINQ not editable

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I have a LINQ query that I use to populate a datagrid. When I fill grid I cannot change any of the cells.  I know I will need specific query to change my actual table, but changing the grid has never been an issue for me.  Here is LINQ query.

Dim curScores = From s In db.Schedules
Join t1 In db.Teams On s.HomeID Equals t1.Teamid
Join t2 In db.Teams On s.AwayID Equals t2.Teamid
Where s.Week = Me.tscboWeeks.Text And s.Season = "2014"
Select s.id, HId = s.HomeID, Home = t1.TeamName, s.HScore,
AId = s.AwayID, Away = t2.TeamName, s.AScore
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Question by:Break40
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by:Jim Horn
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Make sure the LINQ query is editable in the first place, as queries with multiple JOINs often are not editable.
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Solved it myself.
First I had to change select statement to SELECT NEW With {.....}.  Then to use aliases with my columns I had to add a . in front of each alias column name I wanted to use.  
For example .HomeTeam = t1.teamname
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by:Break40
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It actually explains how to do it.
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