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populate combo box from dataset

Posted on 2008-06-24
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Hi,
Please help with the code below, i have a dataset and i need to filter on 1 of the tables for certain values and then popultae my combo box
here is the code i am using but i am getting the following error
"Cannot bind to the new display member"
ItemName is my field in teh Dataset

            'This is for the combo box on the SCI Users pannel
            drows = SPds.Tables("lstLookupList").Select("Category = 'SCIUsersStatus'") '
            With frmMain.cmbSCIUsersStatus
                .DataSource = drows
                .DisplayMember = "DisplayField"
                .ValueMember = "ItemName"
            End With


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by:Éric Moreau
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Do you have a field name DisplayField in your datatable?
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Hi
i checked that after i posted the code sorry
           'This is for the combo box on the SCI Users pannel
            drows = SPds.Tables("lstLookupList").Select("Category = 'SCIUsersStatus'") '
            With frmMain.cmbSCIUsersStatus
                .DataSource = drows
                .DisplayMember = "ItemName"
                .ValueMember = "ItemID"
            End With

still same error
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by:Éric Moreau
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are you sure that ItemName and ItemID are columns in SPds.Tables("lstLookupList")?
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           With frmMain.cmbSCIUsersStatus
                .DataSource = drows
                .DisplayMember = "ItemName"
                .ValueMember = "ItemID"
.databind
            End With
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by:Éric Moreau
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.databind is only available in ASP.Net. Are you doing a web application?
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by:CraigLazar
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Hi,
Emoreau no its a vb.net fat client that i am using
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by:Éric Moreau
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So Databind does not exist as a method.

are you sure that ItemName and ItemID are columns in SPds.Tables("lstLookupList")?
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thanks for the input
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