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Default Combo Box item from SQLDataadpter... to Datagrid

Dear All,

Using sqldataadpter the entire database content is kept.

Now I want to display the content based on the selection made in combo box. The combo box content supposed be from the existing sqldataapter -All the names.

Column names :

POnum, POdate, Supplier, Username, Qty, Amt

The entire usernames should be kept in a combo box - based on the selection of user name the Datagrid should display the above columns. And combo box should be a part of datagrid.

How to make this... Can you give me a sample code.. so that I can try out.

Thanks.

VENKATESH
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