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VB.net save a DataRow after adding it to a DataTable

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If a DataTable is pulled from a SQL database table and a new row added with code
like that below. How do you save the new DataRow back to the SQL database

Dim newCustomersRow As DataRow = DataSet1.Tables("Customers").NewRow()

newCustomersRow("CustomerID") = "ALFKI"
newCustomersRow("CompanyName") = "Alfreds Futterkiste"

DataSet1.Tables("Customers").Rows.Add(newCustomersRow)
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YourDataAdopter.Update(DataSet1)

Where YourDataAdopter is the instance of the DataAdopter you used.
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