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Datagrid related query

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Hi,

 I am having a datagrid which should have 4 columns.

When the Application gets loaded,

First column should loaded with the table names in the database

Second Column should be editable, third column should be checkbox column and fourth coulmn should be editable.

 After entering all information and click a button, all these should get saved into a table.

 When loaded again, the values from the database should gets loaded

 How to do this.
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Hey i did this by checking if data is available in DB.
If so, i will load it to Grid else load the details from XML file.
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