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How to insert/update/delete a record into an access table using AccessDataSource

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Hi:

We're creating some web application using VS 2010 with Visual Basic.

We try to insert a new record into an existing (not empty) ACCESS table, using AccessDataSource.

If you've some idea how to do this: insert a new record into an Access table or update/delete an existing record, using AccessDataSource, please help with some examples of code.
(We could do it using OleDbConnection, DataSet, and OleDbDataAdapter, ... - we now want to use AccessDataSource for the sake of code consistence)

Thanks a lot for any help,

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Hi CodeCruiser:

Really appreciate your help.

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