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Entity Model Binding Source

Posted on 2012-03-18
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I am playing around with an entity model and a binding source to get a feel for how they can be used together on a form.  I currently have code that will allow me to save changes and delete items from the entity model but I am unable to determine how I can add a new record.  The issue is that while I can add the new record I am not able to select the new item no matter how I do it.  I thought that I could just using the BindingSource.AddNew() method but this doesn't work.

Can someone provide me a simple working example of how to accomplish this task.
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This is a whats new document for Visual Studio 11.  Is this what you meant to post, because I can not see how this is applicable?
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Thank you for the information.  I ended up taking a different approach with this.
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