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Front end is Infopath and Backend is SQL Server 2005

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Dear EE,
I want to create an infopath which uses SQL Server 2005 as a backend Database.
I have a Table which has Customer Name and CustomerID columns.
Customer ID is a dropdown and Customer name is a text field.
On selecting a perticular CustomerID from the dropdown the respective Customer name should get populated dynamically in the customername textbox from the database.
This infopath form is published on a sharepoint site and is browser enabled.
I'm using infopath 207

Thanks in advance
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this article contains a link that will walk you through the process:
http://seiumoss.wordpress.com/2008/04/29/a-great-walkthrough-for-connecting-infopath-to-sql-server/
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