Where can I see the code for TableAdapterManager.UpdateAll?

I'm using Visual Studio 2015 RC.  I have dragged a dataset onto a form which created a DataGridView control bound to the dataset.  I noticed that Visual Studio put (among other things) a "Binding Navigator" control on the form and that its "BindingNavigatorSaveItem" button's OnClick event has a line of code that reads "Me.TableAdapterManager.UpdateAll(Me.ALTEKDataSet)".  I don't see any events button in the properties of the "TableAdapterManager" control.  Where can I go to see the code that Visual Studio created for this "UpdateAll" method of the "TableAdapterManager" control?  I want to understand how the program updates the SQL Server database.
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Declan_BasileITAsked:
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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
Maybe this will help.

TableAdapterManager may be used if you need update tables in one transaction. If it is not important you may do updates without TableAdapterManager.
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louisfrCommented:
To go to the definition of a method, click on the name of the method and press F12, or right-click and select "Go to the definition" (rough translation from French).
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Declan_BasileITAuthor Commented:
That's great.  It's exactly what I needed.  Thanks.
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