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Dear Experts,

I have been struggling with a problem in ASP.NET.  
In Access you can have subforms that will be scrollable.  In those subforms, you can see the data that is there and you can add data.  The data you add is then linked to the primary form.  Do you know how to do this in ASP.NET?  I thought about using a repeater but I don't know alot about them yet.  Can you make them where they are scrollable?

Any idea is appreciated.


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The first link seem to be broken, i think it should be now this, someone could confirm?
http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=814551
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