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Managing relations

Hi!

In an application, say an order system, you'll have to look up values
from maybe two other tables on the Order form, like:

Customers->Orders<-Employees

Now by using the dataform wizard, in C# of the Visual Studio .NET 2003,
you'll end up with a headache: the customer field and the employees
field are both a textbox whit a number.

Clearly what you'll need is two comboboxes where you can choose both
customer and employee by name and not by number.

My question:

How can I make this in a simple way?

Me.Name

Dec 7 '05 #1
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Look in MSDN for "DataRelation"

Cheers,
Mark

"gs***@hotmail.com" wrote:
Hi!

In an application, say an order system, you'll have to look up values
from maybe two other tables on the Order form, like:

Customers->Orders<-Employees

Now by using the dataform wizard, in C# of the Visual Studio .NET 2003,
you'll end up with a headache: the customer field and the employees
field are both a textbox whit a number.

Clearly what you'll need is two comboboxes where you can choose both
customer and employee by name and not by number.

My question:

How can I make this in a simple way?

Me.Name

Dec 7 '05 #2

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