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Extreme ASP.NET 2.0 Databinding

Increase productivity and consistency by leveraging your ASP.NET 2.0 databinding capabilities.

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You probably know how to add databinding controls to your ASP.NET Web pages, but do you know how to take advantage of them? Further leverage your databinding capabilities in ASP.NET 2.0, and explore techniques for customizing and extending your controls. Discover some of the common problems you might encounter after installing databinding controls, such as handling validation and catching errors, and prevent yourself from configuring the same Data Source control on multiple pages. Plus, learn a trick so that you don't have to set the same options every time you need to create a product drop-down menu.

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