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Tim Hibbard CEO for EnGraph software

This seems like common sense now, but I struggled for a couple hours with it today.

When you are binding the DataSource of a System.Windows.Forms.DataGrid to a DataTable that you populate in code, make sure you populate the DataTable.TableName property otherwise it will not bind to the DataGrid.  The TableName can be populated in the DataTable initializer, or by calling the property.

 Dim DT As New Data.DataTable("Mail")
 Dim DT As New Data.DataTable
 DT.TableName = "Mail"
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Posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2005 3:03 PM .NET | Back to top

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