Databound listbox not updating

I have a Listbox which is to display a list of product names which it reads from a database table, bound using the inbuild datasource/databinding stuff..however when the product names are updated/more are added in the table etc no change is reflected in the Listbox!only the initial names from when it was first bound appear, how to fix this?When you enable Dynamic Data for data-bound controls, you get the following benefits: When you use this approach, Dynamic Data performs all the tasks for accessing and rendering data.

Aspx: " Select Command="SELECT tbl Zavarovalna Stevilka ' - ' CAST(tbl Zavarovalna Zavarovalna Vrsta AS nvarchar(3)) ' - ' tbl Zavarovalna Podvrsta AS Polica, tbl Racun Detail_temp.id, tbl Racun Detail_temp.[user], tbl Racun Detail_temp. Any other options - if find it strange to believe that it is so hard to refresh a bound Grid View ??? Why is the grid refreshed this way, but not using the same codebehind at the end of popup hide?? My problem was that since I put the gridview (Grid View3) in an update panel I first had to use Find Control before reference it in codebehind. Also there was no error at build time regarding the use "of just" Grid View3 as reference.

So first using Find Control for Update Panel and then doing the Data Bind() solved my problem.

Here is the code: Dim str SQL As String str SQL = "DELETE Category WHERE Category = @Cat" Dim cmd Delete As New Sql Command(str SQL, cn) cmd Delete. The code works just fine insofar as it deletes the correct record from the dataset and the datasource. However, none of the options works in the various scenarios that I need to update the binding with (Insert, Delete, Update).

What I need to make it do is to refresh the listbox so that it reflects that the record has been deleted.

The code works just fine insofar as it deletes the correct record from the dataset and the datasource.

What I need to make it do is to refresh the listbox so that it reflects that the record has been deleted.

All of these controls provide a variety of properties that you can set to control the appearance of the UI that they generate.

For scenarios where you need greater control over a control's UI or how it processes input, some of these controls let you specify the generated HTML directly using .

Here is the code: Dim str SQL As String str SQL = "DELETE Category WHERE Category = @Cat" Dim cmd Delete As New Sql Command(str SQL, cn) cmd Delete. Here is my current code, which is intended to incorporate your suggestions: Dim str SQL As String str SQL = "DELETE Category WHERE Category = @Cat" Dim cmd Delete As New Sql Command(str SQL, cn) cmd Delete.

Tags: , ,