The scripts don't produce a turnkey solution, you have to wire it all up and you need to understand the generated code and modify it as needed.
The way I would do it is:
1. createthe table, make sure it has a primary key
2. use the MSSQL stored procedure Codesmith template to generate procs
3. use the MS SQL Data Access template to generate data access code
4. use the Business class stubber template to generate a business class
5. generate the module control (I would not use the inline one myself)
6 use one of the mp_Table_ToGridView-IListBinding template to generate some usefull chunks of code for the gridview to copy an past into my control
I would use external projects with code behind. You "could" use the inline example and put all the data and business logic classes right in the control, but I like to have them separated projects per layer myself. I don't like to put data access code in my web code.
Hope it helps,