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A database is like a super advanced excel where you easy can store and retrieve data using SQL. You might need to get access to a hosted database so you do not need the have the fysical server and manage that including backing it up. A hosted solution would be cheaper.

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

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Implement the SelectIndexChanged event of school dropdown.
In schoolDDL SelectedIndexChanged event hander, get a list of Board and a list of Place by schoolDDL.SelectedValue .
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let me know if that helps or you need more information.

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