Chapter 13. Using ADO.NET in Windows Forms

After completing this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Use the BindingNavigator control to navigate through a record set.

  • Use specialized controls to simplify data entry.

  • Use data relations to display related data.

  • Format data by using the Format and Parse events.

  • Find rows based on a DataSet's Sort column and other criteria.

  • Work with data change events.

  • Work with validation events.

  • Use the ErrorProvider component.

In Chapter 11 and Chapter 12 we examined the objects that support Microsoft ADO.NET data binding. In this chapter, we'll explore using ADO.NET and Windows Forms to perform some common tasks.

Using the BindingNavigator to Navigate Through Data

In Chapters Chapter 11 and Chapter 12, we saw how to use button ...

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