VB.Net - Temp Table Displayed In DataGrid

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I have a fun little project that I have not done before.  It seems achievable but I am not sure where to get started.  I need to select a record from a SQL table(which has @30 fields) and present it to the User in a DataGrid.  I will have to display anywhere from 50 to maybe 300 records.  Once the User decides that they are all ok in the DataGrid, I need to then insert back into the SQL table adjusting some values first.  

Do I have to define every SQL table field in a DataTable so I can bind it to the DataGrid?

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Ryan ChongSoftware Team Lead, ex-Business Systems Analyst , ex-Senior Application EngineerCommented:
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