6.10. Controls and Data Forms

Some of the controls in Windows Forms and Web Forms contain a Property Builder, a graphical interface for specifying the control properties. The most elaborate Property Builder is the one used by the Web Forms DataGrid, shown in Figure 6-10. In addition to specifying the DataSource and DataMember, you can map data columns in DataSet to columns in the grid. Other controls contain less elaborate builders.

Figure 6-10. DataGrid Property Builder

Data Form Wizards, which exist for both Windows Forms and Web Forms, let you produce a starter form in which columns are bound to individual controls (simple data binding) or ...

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