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Hello!

I have created a new app using VB.NET Express on Windows XP Pro SP2. I am
trying to import a 'split' Access 2003 (Northwind converted to 2003 and
splitted) DB. I have used the 'Add existing item' to bring the DB into the
Solution. I then populate the standard form with the default DataGridView.
When I go to add/etc a record row and click save on the default toolstrip
provided with implementing the DataGridView and close the form and re-open
it, the new record row does not show! When I did this using the link to the
database, it worked okay. So, somewhere I'm not setting a property or
something correct in order for it to work in the local setting...

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Thanks!
Soddy
Nov 13 '06 #1
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All!

Well, I finally figured out how to do this! Where I was obtaining my info
was not to clear on the procedure (cannot believe it was me - hehehe...)!

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Thanks!
Soddy
"Soddy" wrote:
Hello!

I have created a new app using VB.NET Express on Windows XP Pro SP2. I am
trying to import a 'split' Access 2003 (Northwind converted to 2003 and
splitted) DB. I have used the 'Add existing item' to bring the DB into the
Solution. I then populate the standard form with the default DataGridView.
When I go to add/etc a record row and click save on the default toolstrip
provided with implementing the DataGridView and close the form and re-open
it, the new record row does not show! When I did this using the link to the
database, it worked okay. So, somewhere I'm not setting a property or
something correct in order for it to work in the local setting...

--
Thanks!
Soddy
Nov 13 '06 #2

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