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Refresh ENtityDatasource programatically

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Hi

I have a combobox databinded to a EntityDataSource.

Somewhere else in the code I update the database, I want the the combobox to register this change.
After the update is made I do combobox.DataBind() but the combobox doesnt update until I refresh the whole page.
Both the combox and datasource are located in the same UpdatePanel.
Is there something Im not doing right?
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If the combobox is in it's own UpdatePanel, then you will need to call Update() on the updatepanel as well, otherwise it won't reflect the changes.
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