Updating listbox from code behind

18-Jan-2017 03:34

This itself is a collection of UI elements with Databinding expressions.In this article, I have used Data Template with buttons which are configured with Command property. :( should I give value tags to all the items in the drop down and search the table to populate the 2nd dropdown based on the selected value in the first?We often face requirements to display data in different UI Layouts.Would this work if I had to extract data from a table in a database? I've databound all my list boxes, and so, how would I be able to run a query based on the last list box's value? Also, should I give value tags to all the items in the drop down and search the table to populate the 2nd dropdown based on the selected value in the first? In this article we will use a List Box control and two buttons to implement dynamicly update a data list from the front end.In this application we can add content to the list by entering the content in a Text Box and with the help of an Add button.

The Margin property tells the location of a List Box on the parent control.

Task 1 : Open VS2010 and create a new WPF windows application, name it as ‘WPF40_Record List’. NET EF model, name it as ‘Company EDMX.edmx’ and complete the wizard by selecting Database and the Employee Info table as shown above.

I've seen this question pop around, and wanted to have a 1 stop reference to solve the issue for people trying to figure it out.

Please guide me on how I can carry out this procedure. should I give value tags to all the items in the drop down and search the table to populate the 2nd dropdown based on the selected value in the first?

answer: It is optional, as long as you can identify which corresponding data to get for the next listbox.

The Margin property tells the location of a List Box on the parent control.Task 1 : Open VS2010 and create a new WPF windows application, name it as ‘WPF40_Record List’. NET EF model, name it as ‘Company EDMX.edmx’ and complete the wizard by selecting Database and the Employee Info table as shown above.I've seen this question pop around, and wanted to have a 1 stop reference to solve the issue for people trying to figure it out.Please guide me on how I can carry out this procedure. should I give value tags to all the items in the drop down and search the table to populate the 2nd dropdown based on the selected value in the first? answer: It is optional, as long as you can identify which corresponding data to get for the next listbox. To display an image side by side some text, I simply put an Image and Text Block control within a Stack Panel. Source property takes the name of the image you would like to display in the Image control and Text Block.