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jquery tooltip bound to sql server

Hi experts,

I saw this example of using a jquery tooltip

http://www.jqwidgets.com/jquery-widgets-documentation/documentation/jqxtooltip/jquery-tooltip-styling-and-appearance.htm

So I already know how to create this tool tip in the example.

Do any of you know a link to a website tutorial or a book that gives an example of using a jquery tooltip that is bound to JSON data that is taken from a SQL Server table and displayed in the tool tip.

So for example if I have a sql server table that looks like this:

EmployeeID    FirstName   LastName
1                       Nancy           Davolio

Then I would have a .asmx web service that queries sql server and outputs json data.

Then i would take this json data and bind it to a jquery tooltip in my .aspx  web page.

So my tool tip would show this text inside of it:

EmployeeID:   1
FirstName:      Nancy
LastName:      Davolio


Thanks for any reference you can give me.
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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
Don't make this confusing..... sq server has nothing to do with this unless you need to undersand out to make a json file from your serverside code.  So let's take sql server out of the picture.

What would help if you can create a short, self contained, compilable, example http://sscce.org on your site where you can post a link to your site where with your html and json data on the same page.
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maqskywalkerAuthor Commented:
Padas,

I was looking for links to similar examples to what I asked.

This is a link I found to what I was looking for after doing some searching.

http://www.dotnetfunda.com/articles/article1497-tooltip-in-gridview-using-jquery-method-1.aspx
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maqskywalkerAuthor Commented:
i found my own solution
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