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how do i refresh a datagrid?

Posted on 2007-12-02
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i want to refresh a datagrid in vb.net 2008
i havent updated the database i just want to refresh datagrid a process for me just to learn how to refresh datadrid.
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Question by:lilbee
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by:FMabey
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How is you datagrid populated?
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If you are filling the datagrid using a dataset then you can do something like this:

SQLDataAdapter.Fill(Dataset)
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by:SunBow
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> how do i _____________________________________________

Answer: Pray
                                               (this is the religions topic, right?)
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by:-Mystique-
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Maybe the relativity to P&R is a strange twist of fate that landed his question here in the first place :P
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by:patrickab
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>...i just want to refresh datagrid a process for me just to learn how to refresh datadrid.

1. Get your holy book
2. Visit your local holy building
3. Wait for the next service
4. Open holy book
5. Read nonsense contained therein
6. Pray for help in refreshing datagrid
7. Give up when there is no response

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by:lilbee
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i dont understand what you have written how it is related to what i asked but i have the solution to that question already

but can you help me with another question?
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by:patrickab
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lilbee,

Either you just don't 'get' it or you are being intentionally obtuse. No, you cannot ask another question here. This question was finished here before it even began.

If you have a technical question, ask it in the correct zone - NOT here.
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by:lilbee
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I have actually asked the question in the correct zone before i wrote to you but no one seems to have replied and its was quite urgent so i thought you might be able to help i guess i'd just wait till its answered in the correct zone.
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by:lilbee
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Ha it has been answered now expecially from my favourite expert so never mind.
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