Our goal is to extend this example to allow for the user to delete products via the Grid View.
To accomplish this we need to specify values for the Sql Data Source control s statement created in Step 2.
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In previous tutorials we learned how the Object Data Source control allowed for inserting, updating, and deleting of data.I am created a journal program for an internship project and I am using a MS-Access Database. Now, I am trying to make it so that they can "Update" their journals, meaning that they click on their calendar date and it brings them to that journal if they have one for that date. If they have one for that date then it shows the title and journal text entry for that date. Please try again." & vb Cr Lf & vb Cr Lf & _ "Original Error:" & vb Cr Lf & vb Cr Lf & ex. With the Sql Data Source, we need to provide SQL statements (or stored procedures) to execute.
As we'll see in this tutorial, these statements can be created manually or can be automatically generated by the Sql Data Source s Configure Data Source wizard.
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