Asp updating database from dropdown box

12-Jul-2019 06:29

This file can be downloaded from A few days ago, Microsoft also released a VS2008 SP1 Hotfix to support all Java Script files including j Query intellisense for Visual Studio 2008.

Note that this hotfix works only if you have VS 2008 with SP1 or Visual Web Developer Express Edition with SP1.

I wrote about how to set up related lists in this post in order to get this second scenario to work with Binding Sources managing lists of objects.

Here, I’ll put it into the context of using Data Sets.

You can download the Hotfix from Note: Since you have applied the hotfix, you do not have to manually add a reference to the jquery-1.2.6file in your page.

Once the reference to the runtime library has been added, Visual Studio automatically searches for the ‘vsdoc’ file and loads it.

Two of the videos are dedicated to data binding the Combo Box in a couple very common scenarios: 1.

If we take a look at the Data Set through the Data Set Designer, we see that these tables are related on Region ID: In the first scenario we want to select a Region from the Combo Box and have that value populated into the Territorries record.

In the first case it’s not necessary to set up a data relation in your Data Set between the lookup table and the table you’re editing, but it doesn’t hurt.

In the second case it is necessary to create a relation between your parent and child tables. First we’ll use the Data Source Configuration Wizard to create a Data Set with Regions and Territories.

So the Binding Sources will be set up like so: Notice that the main difference here is that the Territories Binding Source’s Data Source property is set to the parent Binding Source, Region Binding Source and its Data Member is the relation name.

This sets up automatic filtering on the Territories Binding Source as the position changes on the Region Binding Source.

If we take a look at the Data Set through the Data Set Designer, we see that these tables are related on Region ID: In the first scenario we want to select a Region from the Combo Box and have that value populated into the Territorries record.

In the first case it’s not necessary to set up a data relation in your Data Set between the lookup table and the table you’re editing, but it doesn’t hurt.

In the second case it is necessary to create a relation between your parent and child tables. First we’ll use the Data Source Configuration Wizard to create a Data Set with Regions and Territories.

So the Binding Sources will be set up like so: Notice that the main difference here is that the Territories Binding Source’s Data Source property is set to the parent Binding Source, Region Binding Source and its Data Member is the relation name.

This sets up automatic filtering on the Territories Binding Source as the position changes on the Region Binding Source.

In fact data binding, or what we call “Windows Forms over Data” is a huge, sometimes misunderstood, topic.