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Can't clear my DataGridView after updating a record

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I have two forms: One form contains a data grid with prospects.  When the user clicks a row a complete form opens, so the user can update the record.  After the record is updated (which works) the record now is in the database, but the data grid in the first form is not updating.  I placed a refresh button in form one to test the code before automating the refresh.  Please look at my code.  I tried lots of thigs and what I AM GETTING IS THAT WHEN I REFRESH THE DATA GRIDVIEW SHOWS THE DATA TWICE.  THE OLD DATA AND THE NEW DATA.  Setting the datagridview to nothing does not clear the old data.  also, I tried refresh after nothing and I also tried Rows.Clear.  I get the same result. My datagridview's data source is a datatable. Please help.  
Gloria
Shared WithEvents myConnection As SqlConnection

    Shared clsProspect As New clsProspect

    Shared dt As New DataTable

    Shared dtNotInterested As New DataTable

    Shared da As SqlDataAdapter

    Shared sqlCommand As SqlCommand

    Shared sqlConnection As New SqlConnection(strConn)



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

        Call fillGrids()

    End Sub

    Private Sub fillGrids()

       

        sqlCommand = New SqlCommand("getprospecthistory", sqlConnection)

        

        sqlCommand.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure

        

        da = New SqlDataAdapter(sqlCommand)



        Try



            da.Fill(dt)

            

        Catch ex As Exception

            MsgBox(ex.Message & " " & ex.Source)

            If sqlConnection.State <> ConnectionState.Closed Then

                sqlConnection.Close()



            End If

            sqlCommand = Nothing

            sqlCmdNotInterested = Nothing

            da = Nothing

            daNotInterested = Nothing



        End Try

        mydgCustomer.DataSource = dt

        Me.mydgCustomer.Columns(9).Width = 0

    End Sub

    



    Private Sub btnRefresh_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnRefresh.Click



        Me.mydgCustomer.DataSource = Nothing

        da = New SqlDataAdapter(sqlCommand)

        da.Fill(dt)

        Me.mydgCustomer.DataSource = dt

    End Sub



    Protected Overrides Sub Finalize()

        MyBase.Finalize()

        sqlCommand = Nothing

        sqlConnection = Nothing

        da = Nothing

        dt = Nothing



    End Sub

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Question by:gloriagalvez
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Looks like you're not refreshing the datatable
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by:gloriagalvez
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Yes, that was silly, you definitely need to refresh the data table.  I thought that setting the data source to nothing would do.  Thank you.. Please see final code for refresh button below.
Private Sub btnRefresh_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnRefresh.Click

        Me.mydgCustomer.DataSource = Nothing

        da = New SqlDataAdapter(sqlCommand)
        dt.Clear()
        da.Fill(dt)
        Me.mydgCustomer.DataSource = dt


    End Sub
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