Clearing Data from Datagrid

I'm using the standard Windows form menu script. (see below)

When I clear the field and run the form again, the datagrid will not populate - all other fields do.

 Private Sub ClearFields()

        txbAbr_Id.Text = ""
        DgProblems.DataMember = ""
        lblFirstName.Text = ""
        lblLastName.Text = ""
        txtField.Text = ""
        DgFeesOwed.DataMember = ""
        cboApp.Text = ""

    End Sub

Any suggestions?

Thank you.
TimSweet220Asked:
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maralansCommented:
How are you populating your datagrid?
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maralansCommented:
You can try:
DgProblems.datasource = Nothing

DgFeesOwed.datasource = Nothing
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hatem72Commented:

dont forget to REFRESH the datagrid
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SanclerCommented:
From the description it looks as though the bindings for all controls are set either at design time or in some run-once code (e.g. in Form Load).  When you then set a label's or textbox's .Text property to "" you are not breaking the binding, so the next record displays OK.  But when you set a datagrid's .DataMember to "" (or its .DataSource to Nothing) you are breaking the binding, so the next record won't display.

If this diagnosis is right there are (at least) two options.

One is to re-bind the datagrid/s as the first step when you re-populate the form.

The second (which I would prefer) is to clear the fields by clearing the datasource rather than by clearing each of the controls.

Roger
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