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How to refresh the datagridview that is data bound after the underlaying storage has changed
I have a datagridview that is bound to a data source.
After inserting a record in a table, how do I refresh the datagridview?
8/22/2022 - Mon
d() to refresh the data being displayed.
There is no DataBind method in DataGridView. Is there?
No, sorry... I've just been having a look for the solution... I'll let you know if I come up with anything!
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Yep, jpaulino's solution should work.
Hi, if you have datagrid on same form and or in same application where you are updating the underlying datasource then it is simple , just after updating the datastore .. refill the datatable or datasource which you are using to bind with gridView.
but if data is being updated from a different application and you are showing in another application then it would be better to write code in form activate event as well as use a timer which will check the datastore after regular intervals and will keep fresh data available on the gridview.
in case of activate event , as user navigate to another form , you may minimize the form and when user comes back and maximize the form , it will refresh the girdview.
Feel free for any question.
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