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windows forms datagridview example with add new record, update, delete

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Does any one know a book or a website with a good tutorial example that shows the following?

A windows forms application (either using C# or VB) that uses sql server table.

It could be using the Northwind database and the Employees table from this database.


So the windows forms shows different employees in a ComboBox control.

When I select one employee then it shows the table columns for that employee in a datagridview.

So the datagridview allows add new employee, update, delete.
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You would probably struggle to find a tutorial that teach these exact things together but you can find resources that teach you how to do these things individually so you can then make an application as you want.

Here is a starting point

http://www.dotnetcurry.com/showarticle.aspx?ID=132
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