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Posted 11 Mar 2014i did use regularexpressionvalidator and requiredfieldvalidator in asp.net but not i have to validate the serverside in the Sets of the properties
Posted 25 Dec 2013i will look more into that i looked at some things but i didnt really understand how to implement this.
Posted 13 Dec 2013
QuoteI have a listbox that is populated by a foreach loop that takes all my information from my database.
That's not very WPF of you. That seems more like WinForms thinking using WPF as your GUI creator.
You want to using binding. Bind the source of the Listbox to an object property that reaches back to the DB.
Have a trigger on the DB that gets executed when there is a change.
A change to the DB causes the trigger, that updates the property, the property is bound to the ListBox source so the listbox updates automatically.
I am not very knowledgeable about WPF i do remember reading somewhere online about using binding with it though. i wish i knew how to do the things that you are talking about because i only know how to do windows forms now, the stuff that you have mentioned sound awesome and i would love to learn WPF alot more then what i currently know! lol im not sure how to use binding. I have only been showed a little bit about windows forms thats why i know what i know. I am trying to learn more everyday
"firstName = @newfirstName, lastName = @newlastName, address = @newaddress, city = @newcity " +
You need a comma after @newcity
"state = @newstate, zip = @newzip, phoneNumber = @newphoneNumber, email = @newemail " +
You will also need a comma after @newemail
MOMERATH!!!!! OMG!!!! YOU MAKE ME SO HAPPY!@!#!@#!@#
Your 2 commas that i forgot is the reason why my UPDATE did not work!! i am in a super good happy mood now. I been trying to figure this out for 2 days now and so far every1 i showed no1 figured it out lol.
THANK YOU SO MUCH.
Posted 13 Dec 2013SO you think that is my error? i think it is probably something simple that i am not seeing
i added a space at the end of this line
"userName = @newuserName, password = @newpassword, userType = @newuserType " +
i see that the WHERE didnt have a space b4 it like the other lines above but i just reran my program, same error... my UPDATE command is all i have left to figure out for CRUD
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