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Changing RowState manually

HI,

I have a situation where after moving a dataset as XML from one PC to
another through a socket where the data tables lose their rowstate
information. Luckily I am able to get what that information should be
from somewhere else, but I need my data adapter to be able to work
seemlessly on the table. At the end point before the data adapter call,
all the data rows have the rowstate of 'Added' when in fact some should
have 'Deleted' or 'Modified' or 'Unchanged'.

Because I know the state information from my other source, I'd be
willing to set those rowstates manually in a loop, but of course, its
Read Only property. Anyone know a solution to my problem?

Many thanks,
Steven Nagy

Dec 7 '05 #1
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