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Default Bound Controls

I have created a dataset from SQL Server 2005 express tables. There are two table, table one is main, table two has a foreign key from table one for referncing. I dragged and dropped both in detail format onto a form. I am having trouble getting the table with the foreign key to delete a record it. Does anyone have any ideas about this?

There is nothing about deleteing in Roger Jennings book with TableAdpater and Binding Sources and datasets that I can find.

thanks - Chris



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