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You’ll use complex data binding only once in this application—to bind the data for a list of names. The rest of the controls are text boxes that use simple data binding. Let’s start putting the form together. 19 20 CHAPTER 2 ■ CREATING A SIMPLE DATABASE APPLICATION Try It Out: Creating a User Interface You need to create the front end for the database application, which involves a certain amount of dragging and dropping. You also need to specify what data to display in the interface controls. 1.
Click Next. Figure 2-19. Selecting a connection with the wizard CHAPTER 2 ■ CREATING A SIMPLE DATABASE APPLICATION 4. In the next window, double-click the Employees node, and then click Next (see Figure 2-20). Figure 2-20. Selecting a table with the wizard 5. In the next window, click Next to select all the columns in the Employees table (see Figure 2-21). Figure 2-21. Selecting columns with the wizard 31 32 CHAPTER 2 ■ CREATING A SIMPLE DATABASE APPLICATION 6. In the Choose the Display Style window, select the Single Record in Individual Controls radio button and click Finish (see Figure 2-22).
In Transact-SQL, queries are called SELECT statements, but the ISO/ANSI standard clearly distinguishes queries from statements. The distinction is conceptually important: A query is an operation on a table that produces a table as a result; statements may (or may not) operate on tables and don’t produce tables as results, so we’ll call queries queries instead of SELECT statements. Call queries whatever you prefer, but keep in mind that queries are special elements of SQL. 43 44 CHAPTER 3 ■ INTRODUCING SQL Using the two keywords, SELECT and FROM, you write the simplest possible query that will get all the data from the Employees table.