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Binding form data to a dataset

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Hi, I would like the data in my form to be saved to my SQL database. I suppose I could open an odbc connection and do a SQL insert statement, but I thought there may be a better way to do this by binding the data in the form to a dataset.
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Hi,

If you are programming with NET 2.0, here is a very good sample for dooing this. It is explaining everything step by step and quite easy to follow. http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa581776.aspx You do not need to follow all 35 chapters, 1 and 2 will be enough to do what you desire.

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Thanks hamidovt. That was exactly what I needed. Sorry for the delay; it was a lot to digest.
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