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I want to build a small visual studio 2008 application .
I have 2 table in data base SQL server 2005 express edition

A table is a Library related to Vehicles , so it  the Brand , the Model , The Type of Engine , and so...

The other table is ralated to maintenace of Vehicles , so it has column sagain recalling the Info of the Library table , what i want is that when i digit into the column " Model " the model name , it automatically insert the respective data ( as are at the Library table ) in the related cell of same row . All this i manage from a Windows form link to the tables
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the following article can be a gud start for ADO.net

http://www.developerfusion.com/article/4278/using-adonet-with-sql-server/
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also instead of Ado.net you can use Entity framework also... a walk through is availbale at the following link

http://www.codeguru.com/csharp/csharp/net30/article.php/c15489
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