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      How to: Bind a Spreadsheet to an MS SQL Server Database (Part 1)
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How to: Bind a Data Grid to a Cell Range

This example demonstrates how to bind the GridControl to a table in a worksheet. For this, use the CellRange.GetDataSource method to create a data source object from the cell range with table data (Table.DataRange) and then assign it to the grid's DataControlBase.ItemsSource property.

The two-way binding is supported: any changes to table data (such as editing values, inserting and deleting rows, sorting and filtering) are immediately propagated to the Data Grid, and data edited in the grid is reflected in the table.

The following image shows the resulting application.

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