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Two-Way databinding in WinForms

Hello !
My question is about the Two-Way DataBinding in Win Forms VS.2005 (C# or
VB.Net). I mean the process when the value was updated in the control
and this change must be reflected in the datasource, and vitce versa.....Can
someone give me some links about this issue, because I found a lot of info
but only about Web Forms, and about complex data binding in Win Forms but
about two-way databinding - nothing....
I'll be very grateful !
Kind regards,
Toma

Apr 18 '06 #1
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Toma,

Just run this in VB Net and than most is showed bij the generated code from
the x.designer.vb file and the x.vb file. This you open by clicking in top
of the solution explorer the show all files icon.

See this faq on our website how to do it.

http://www.vb-tips.com/default.aspx?...2-b1ed16424252

I hope this helps,

Cor
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Hello !
My question is about the Two-Way DataBinding in Win Forms VS.2005 (C# or
VB.Net). I mean the process when the value was updated in the control
and this change must be reflected in the datasource, and vitce
versa.....Can
someone give me some links about this issue, because I found a lot of info
but only about Web Forms, and about complex data binding in Win Forms but
about two-way databinding - nothing....
I'll be very grateful !
Kind regards,
Toma

Apr 18 '06 #2
hellow.... all

i have a problem ......

i m creating a console application. and i want to integreate this
application EXE with asp.net application .....
so.. how it is possible....pls..help.

praveen..
so************@gmail.com

Apr 18 '06 #3

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