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DataSet does not support System.Nullable<>. at System.Data.DataColumn.set_DataType(Type value)

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 18, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
Hi All, I'm populating array of objects into DataTable.  One of the field is of type date and my be null..Can't seem to fix it. can anyone help.. Thanks,-----------------------------------------------------------Employees[] e = Service.GetEmployee();Util.ConvertToDataTable(e);-----------------------------------------------------------error:Unhandled Exception: System.NotSupportedException: DataSet does not support System.Nullable<>. at System.Data.DataColumn.set_DataType(Type value)    


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Source Error:


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