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Old April 21st, 2005, 11:56 AM
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Default Way to display access records using asp.net

Hi everybody. I wonder how many methods exists to display access db records using asp.net? I only know a little about datagrid but i assume there are more methods. I be happy if some one list those other methods and when i need to use one over another method.Thank

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You are talking controls? It depends upon the layout you want. You can use a repeater to customize the layout, or for a single list of entries, use a datalist.

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 You are talking controls? It depends upon the layout you want. You can use a repeater to customize the layout, or for a single list of entries, use a datalist.

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Thank u for u reply . Well i want display access recordsd in a table and add edit and delete buttons next to them and do not know how to do it!!

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Try using a datagrid. There are many examples avaiable in VS help.
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DataGrid, many examples on the web too.

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