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Best approach for maintaining lookup tables

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What is the best approach for maintaining lookup tables in an app?
The user wants a screen were they can add/edit lookup table values.
What controls should I use for this? How to go about it
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I would use an editable gridview control. Not sure what you need help on? If you are more specific I can help
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