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I am new to ASP.Net 2.0, as per my requirements i have to use resources from hybrid sources(Some from database and some from resource file) i got some article in MSDN http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa905797(d=printer).aspx#exaspnet20rpm_topic4 but it is not clear that how to use both.

My requirement is i have one Label with id "lblMonth" and one DropDownListBox with id "ddlMonth", label should take value "Select month" in English and French from resource file and ddlMonth should take values "January" to "December" in English and French from database

Please if any one having solution for this then send it to me.It would be more helpful if you send any code sample.

my mail id is [email protected]



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