Note that the information in this post may also be applied to other controls implementing Items Control. Along the way, I came across a situation where I needed to do some different kinds of binding using Combo Boxes.My specific case was a bit more complex because I was binding to the page View Model (which I didn’t want to instantiate more than once as it made web service calls) to a Combo Box in a Data Template for a cell in a Grid View.Now, all of that aside, let’s go over the more common properties used in Data Binding to a Selector control.
NET that allow you to easily create websites for working with the CRUD operations of an entire data model that exists as either a Data Context (such as LINQ to SQL) or an Object Context (such as LINQ to Entities). NET provides several server controls that build on top of the features of Microsoft ADO. These controls simplify the development of data-driven websites.
They make it easier to build webpages that access, display, manipulate, and save data. You use these controls to configure access to data that you intend to use on a webpage.
Hi guys I'm having a small problem with a List Box on a User Form in Excel.
It is linked (Row Source) to a named range in a worksheet. Requery - no such method (Starting to clutch at straws) Listbox. Thanks in advance Nigel Just gave a quick test and all worked here.
Regards Nigel If you could post you listbox and / or form code, we could take a look at it and offer suggestions.
NET data source controls, demonstrates how you can bind to data to allow users to interact with it, and presents the new Dynamic Data features of ASP.Blend-style behaviors also have their own set of lifetime problems.Then there are some problems (like this and this) where WPF leaks for you too.Also, it can be difficult in WPF to know exactly when the system is finished with an object.For views, you get the get a WPF notification that a viewmodel is about to go unused by a view.In addition, you should be comfortable with all of the following: REAL WORLD: Mike Snell Not all applications require developers to write custom, abstracted data layers and reusable frameworks.