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Hello,

I have a form that has about 10 different controls (such as textboxes and comboboxes).  When the user attempts to BindingSource.MoveNext or BindingSource.MovePrevious, it checks to see if any changes were made and if so a MsgBox appears with "Yes", "No", or "Cancel".  When the user clicks "No" I call BindingSource.CancelEdit and DataSet.RejectChanges.  My problem comes when the user returns to the record and it still displays all the previous entered data (that was rejected).  How do I refresh that data, so it returns to the original values.

So for example:  The form loads and the first textbox contains "Value1".  I then change that to "Value2".  I move records, and when requested wether to save the data or not, i choose "No".  I then move back to the record I was just working on, but despite cancelling the edit and rejecting the changes the first textbox is still set to "Value2" - How do i set it so it's "Value1" instead?
Me.AdapterManager.UpdateAll(Me.DataSetManager)

Me.DataSetManager.RejectChanges()

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wht1986 earned 500 total points
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Well I ran a quick example, but I did not have this problem.  My form has a typed dataset, 4 textboxes, and a binding source (as shown in the picture).  The code below after prompting, rejects or accepts the changes and moves the CurrentPosition. Perhaps you can see something your code is missing from the example
Imports System.IO

Imports System.DirectoryServices

Imports System.Linq

Imports System.Data.Linq

Imports System.Management
 

Public Class Form1
 

    Private oldPosition As Integer = -1
 

    Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load

        DataSet11.DataTable1.AddDataTable1Row("hello", "Bob", "Bobson")

        DataSet11.DataTable1.AddDataTable1Row("goodbye", "Michael", "Jackson")

        DataSet11.DataTable1.AddDataTable1Row("hail", "fellow", "adventurer")

        DataSet11.AcceptChanges()

    End Sub
 
 

    Private Sub BindingSource1_PositionChanged(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles BindingSource1.PositionChanged
 

        If oldPosition > -1 Then

            If DataSet11.DataTable1.Rows(oldPosition).RowState = DataRowState.Modified Then

                If (MessageBox.Show(Me, "Accept?", "", MessageBoxButtons.YesNo) = Windows.Forms.DialogResult.No) Then

                    DataSet11.DataTable1.Rows(oldPosition).RejectChanges()

                    BindingSource1.Position = oldPosition

                    Return

                End If

            End If

            DataSet11.DataTable1.Rows(oldPosition).AcceptChanges()

        End If
 

        oldPosition = BindingSource1.Position
 

    End Sub
 
 

    Private Sub Button2_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click

        BindingSource1.MoveNext()

    End Sub
 

    Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click

        BindingSource1.MovePrevious()

    End Sub

End Class

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by:Gunit2507
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After spending about an hour researching this "problem" and then finally giving up and asking experts exchange to only find out I wasn't calling my code because the button handle event was incorrect.  Thanks a lot!
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