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How to update a GridView using custom LINQ datasource?

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I am trying to update a GridView that uses a custom LINQ datasource.  The reason I am using a custom LINQ datasource is because I am querying multiple tables in a database.  

Do I need to use the Updating event of the custom linq datasource?  If so, how do I retrieve the values from the DataGrid?
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I'm not sure I am understanding what you want to achive, but if you want to refresh the view I think you can use the Update() method of the DataGridView.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.windows.forms.control.update.aspx

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