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Help with BindingNavigator - editing it's code

hi, screw the ego, i need help.  :)

i've been trying for days to come up with a way to parse the child tables of an access relationship hierarchy using VB in VS2k5, and place the concatenated data in a single text box. below is the best i've been able to come up with but there's a minor problem with the event handler. the event below fires before the built-in 'next record' event in the binding navigator. i need the below event to fire after the bindingnavigator has advanced. or maybe i need to edit the event handlers of the bindingnavigator and add the following code to it? basically, what happens is the db advances a record and the text box shows data from the previous record. this is bad 'cause the user could potentially click the Add button to add the data to an existing record and end-up adding it to the wrong one.

any help would be SO appreciated. thanks.

    Private Sub BindingNavigator1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles BindingNavigator1.Click

        Dim drv As DataRowView
        Dim s As String = ""
       
        For Each drv In AddressesBindingSource
            s &= drv("Addr1").ToString() & "   "
            s &= drv("Addr2").ToString() & "   "
            s &= drv("city").ToString() & ControlChars.CrLf
        Next
        Textbox1.Text = s

    End Sub
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
what about using the event CurrentChanged of the Bindingsource:
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.windows.forms.bindingsource.currentchanged.aspx

would be more generic than the click event of the navigator?
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zsoltibAuthor Commented:
angelIII, you rock! just to clarify for someone else. i followed the concepts layed-out my MS in their article. however, in order to fix my problem i had to use the CurrentChanged event of a child table and not the parent.
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