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Auto-generate data forms

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I am new to the discussion groups and to the .NET world, so this is probably a very basic question..

Is there any quick way in .NET to auto-generate data forms from typed datasets or SQL queries?

I know that it's possible to generate the DataGrid based on a typed data set, but I am more interested in having a form generated that goes vertically instead of horizontally -- labels on the left and text boxes on the right side...

Greatly appreciate your advice

Zheny
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Nov 18 '05 #1
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You may have to hand-code this. Loop through the columns and add <TR>'s per
column and then type <TD>[fieldname]</TD><TD>[input id=[fieldname]]</TD>

Jon
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I am new to the discussion groups and to the .NET world, so this is probably a very basic question...
Is there any quick way in .NET to auto-generate data forms from typed datasets or SQL queries?
I know that it's possible to generate the DataGrid based on a typed data set, but I am more interested in having a form generated that goes
vertically instead of horizontally -- labels on the left and text boxes on
the right side...
Greatly appreciate your advice.

Zhenya
<a href="http://www.rusmex.com">http://www.rusmex.com</a>

Nov 18 '05 #2

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