VB6 to VB.NET transition

Hey guys,

I am trying to switch from VB6 to VB.net (Visual Studio 2010 Pro).  I need to query and display results from SyBase SQL Anywhere 10.

In VB6 I used to use ADODC and DataGrid, this would work fine. Simple example:

In ADODC1's Properties I would specify the SyBase ODBC and login credentials

For DataGrid1's DataSource I  would set ADODC1

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ADODC1.RecordSource = "select * from table where x = 1 and y = 2"
ADODC1.Refresh


I cant seem to figure out how to do this simple task in VB.NET.....Help?
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ArkCommented:
Add a DataGridView on your form. Click intellisence link (small right arrow in the upper right corner). Expand Choose Data Source combo -> click Add project data source. Select database -> dataset and specify connection.
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