Data binding in web forms is supported by the very flexible declarative syntax that permits us to specify the source of data. Here is an example:
<%# CustomerID %>
Such a declaration can be placed anywhere on a page and will be evaluated when the Page.DataBind() method is called. Note that this is similar to ASP’s:
<% =CustomerÏID %>
but the difference here is when the declaration is evaluated – in ASP it will be evaluated when the page is processed.
In this chapter, we will discuss how to use the following data-bound ASP.NET controls:
as well as how to use data binding with other ASP.NET controls.
The Repeater control is the simplest data binding ...