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Could you direct me to tutorial that would show me how to:
   Create a Gridview with a select button
   Create a DetailsView  which allows editing or deleting  
   Once the select button on the Gridview is selected, populate the DetailsView with the    selected row
   Create a Save button for the DetailsView
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