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Hi there,
If my question is not relevant to book please excuse me.
In the book we use SqlDataSource to retrieve only one table data. However if we want to retrieve Joined table how we can?Is there a way in VS? Or I Should change the markup which generated by SqlDataSource SelectCommand.
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Hi there,

In the SqlDataSource wizard choose Specify a custom SQL statement or stored procedure and then click Query Builder to define complex queries such as JOINs.

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