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cant select 'insert,update,delete statements' sql

Posted 01 January 2012 - 11:47 AM

im new to c#,
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i want select 'generate insert,update,delete statements'
what should i do?
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Re: cant select 'insert,update,delete statements' sql

Posted 01 January 2012 - 04:22 PM

Hi I'm new to!

To get my database stuff to work I went to design view and dragged the database table to the site and it will automatically create a grid view for you. (you can view the database tables in the server explorer on the right panel)

If you want to create a form to add or edit something in your DB you do the same process but delete the gridview it creates and select detailsView from the data tool box and drop it on the page and select the sql data source it created for the gridview.

you can then use the properties menu to change it to an add/edit form.

I hope that helps you.
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Re: cant select 'insert,update,delete statements' sql

Posted 06 April 2012 - 01:55 PM

View Postlrk89, on 01 January 2012 - 04:22 PM, said:

Hi I'm new to!

To get my database stuff to work I went to design view and dragged the database table to the site and it will automatically create a grid view for you. (you can view the database tables in the server explorer on the right panel)

If you want to create a form to add or edit something in your DB you do the same process but delete the gridview it creates and select detailsView from the data tool box and drop it on the page and select the sql data source it created for the gridview.

you can then use the properties menu to change it to an add/edit form.

I hope that helps you.



Would you mind taking screen shots of your example? I am new to C# and I need to have a gridview table with insert,delete,and update functionality. Any help you can provide will be extremely helpful. Thank you!
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