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Example of binding a gridview to dataset

I found this example of binding a gridview to a dataset but how about if I want to use a TableAdapter?

http://www.codersource.net/asp_net_grid_view_whidbey.aspx

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after you constructed your strong typed DataSets and TableAdapters, you can use them as normal datasets or data adapters. the default adapter method name will be GetData() or Fill():

   protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
   {
      LoadData();
   }
   private void LoadData()
   {
      DataSet_NorthwindTableAdapters.CustomersTableAdapter tblCustomer = new DataSet_NorthwindTableAdapters.CustomersTableAdapter();
      GridView1.DataSource = tblCustomer.GetData();
      GridView1.DataBind();
      DataSet_Northwind ds = new DataSet_Northwind();
      tblCustomer.Fill(ds.Customers);
      GridView2.DataSource = ds.Customers;
      GridView2.DataBind();
   }
maybe you can check this :

Data Binding Web Pages with a Visual Studio Data Component
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/3h7eexxe(VS.80).aspx

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Thank you both. Is there a performace benefit to using a tableadapter? Why would i want to use it??
for example, what's the difference between the example i posted and zeroxp's example?
i can see any performance benefit with strongly typed datasets. i'm not really sure about the performance difference. i imagine the strongly typed one perform more mapping process.
but the main benefit is you have easy and direct access to table structure. once you have the dataset configured, you can use it as a compiled class with get/update methods.
but if you just want use a simple query to access or update some record, it is still easy to use normal command, datareader, dataadapter and dataset directly.
i call the stored proc, grab top 20 rows, then just want to bind to a girdview. No updatng or anything of data...
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