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Default BindingNavigator Exception

Hi there, im trying to create a Customer Catalog Form using binded controls and a BindingNavigator, my problem comes when in the customerID Field (which is constrained to be unique) y type an existing ID and press any oft the navigation controls (Next, Previous... etc), the system throws an ConstraintException, but I cant find the way to handle it.

is there any event (I.E. bindingnavigator.validating) in where i can catch the exception? or is there any work Around???

Agustin Osorio
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