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asp.met c# gridview inline editing?

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can some one please show me how to get a grid to allow for inline add, update, delete.

i have a simple set of tables (reference data) that i want to enable CRUD operations on for users to manage going forward.

an example is a milestone table with milestoneName, startDate, EndDate fields.

validation would be nice on the editing and add new functions.
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