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Posted on 2015-02-18
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I am having a problem Binding text boxes

In the example below I would like to bind text boxes (and perhaps other controls) with the the column row I get from the query.

Currectly I am getting error:

{"Cannot bind to the property or column strCustomerType on the DataSource. Parameter name: dataMember"}

Imports System.Data
Imports System.Data.SqlClient

Public Class frmOEOrder
    Dim SQL As New SQLControl
    Public SQLCmd As SqlCommand

    Public Sub New(ByVal ID As String)
        ' This call is required by the designer.
        InitializeComponent()
        Dim PopulateCustomerQuery As String = "SELECT * FROM tblARCustomer WHERE strCustomerID ='" & ID & "'"
        If SQL.HasConnection = True Then
            SQL.RunQuery(PopulateCustomerQuery)

            'check dataset for tables before attempting to FILL DataGridView
            If SQL.SQLDataSet.Tables.Count > 0 Then
                'Populate DataGridView with DataSet
                dgvData.DataSource = SQL.SQLDataSet.Tables(0)
                BS.DataSource = SQL.SQLDataSet

                cboCustomerID.Text = SQL.SQLDataSet.Tables(0).Rows(0).Item(0).ToString
            End If
        End If
        PopulateData(SQL.SQLDataSet)
    End Sub

    Private Sub cmdQuery_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles cmdQuery.Click
        If txtQuery.Text <> "" Then
            If SQL.HasConnection = True Then
                SQL.RunQuery(txtQuery.Text)

                'check dataset for tables before attempting to FILL DataGridView
                If SQL.SQLDataSet.Tables.Count > 0 Then
                    'Populate DataGridView with DataSet
                    dgvData.DataSource = SQL.SQLDataSet.Tables(0)
                End If
            End If
        End If
    End Sub

    Private Sub PopulateData(ds As DataSet)
        'Procedure to bind data to controls
        BS.DataSource = ds
        strCustomerType.DataBindings.Add("Text", BS, "strCustomerType", True)
    End Sub

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Question by:smartoffices
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Carl Tawn earned 500 total points
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Since you're binding to a DataSet you will probably need to specify the table name in the binding expression.
Something like:
strCustomerType.DataBindings.Add("Text", BS, "[YourTable].strCustomerType", True)

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by:smartoffices
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This fixed my problem.

strCustomerType.DataBindings.Add("Text", SQL.SQLDataSet.Tables(0), "strCustomerType")
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