There are two ways you can copy a DataTable with structure and data to another DataTable.
You can copy a DataTable to another DataTable using Filter Data Table activity. You can add Source DataTable in the Input DataTable section and the Destination DataTable in the Filtered DataTable section. You can leave the Filter Rows and Output Columns values as it is.
You can use DataTable.Copy method in an Assign activity.
If you want to copy only the structure of a DataTable to another DataTable, use DataTable.Clone method.
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