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Databinding Web Forms to Objects as opposed to Datasets

, 20 May 2004
A step-by-step walkthrough describing how to bind an ASP.NET web form to an object and object collection, as opposed to binding to datatables and fields.

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Chris Lennon
New Zealand New Zealand
Chris Lennon lives in Auckland, New Zealand. He is married with two children. He is a software development manager, currently working on a distributed Windows Forms.NET application written in C#.

He is a fan of Extreme Programming (XP) and Rapid Application Development (RAD) methedologies. His interest is in creating a template-driven approach to facilitate the production of high quality windows and web applications, within a short development cycle.

Besides looking after his kids, Chris attends Christian Life Centre Auckland, a vibrant church in the heart of Auckland City.

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