set text1.datasource= Rec1 (does not exist)??? in

Posted on 2004-03-21
Last Modified: 2007-12-19
When I Upgrade my project from vb6 to the property datasource did not exist. how can i bound a text or a label.??? any solution
Question by:omarmallat
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Expert Comment

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Me.textbox1.DataBindings.Add("Text", urdatatable,mapcolumnname)
Me.label1.DataBindings.Add("Text", urdatatable, mapcoulmnname)


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please more explanation about parameters
and where is the recordset?? usualy I bound to a field from a recordset that opened this field!!!

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pamboo earned 40 total points
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In VB , u can bind only text property of textbox to a datasource,
whereas in Vb .NET u can even bind each property with DB.

In my ex, text means I am binding to the text property of the control textbox1.

U can even bind the Tag property of that textbox to some other columns of ur datatable

In VB .NET ADO is no more (meaning no more recordset concepts) . U have something like Datasets,DataTable,DataVies
eruivalent to Recordset. But  VB .NET supports backward compatabilty. So u can use ADO Recordsets still.

I havent tried using recordset in VB .NET . But try this , it may work

Me.textbox1.DataBindings.Add("Text", RecordSetName,RecordSetFieldName)


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