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How to browse through a oracle database

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i need to have the possibility to browse through a database (Customer table), receiving the information of each customer in diffrent textboxes.

How do i do this?

i have diffrent textboxes for first name, last name etc, any great suggestion here on how to drag this information from the oracle DB each time u press the browse back, or browse forward button?
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This example can help you already on your way:
Binding Data to WinForms Controls in VB.NET 2.0
http://www.codeguru.com/columns/vb/article.php/c10815/
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