dimanche 24 avril 2005 09:311. There is no error catching code in the bindingNavigator toolstrip buttons.
2. There is no canceledit button. It's a pain having to add one each time.
3. I would like to make my own control that includes not only the canceledit button but all the code I want. I have no experience whatsoever in inherited controls or user controls. So,
a. Is it possible to include code in a user control? Can I create my own toolstrip with the code I want on the click event on each button, that also refers to subroutines that catches errors? As in DataWalkthrough, Smart Client Data in Visual Basic 2005?
It'd be a big pain to put in the code each time.
This question involves data access, inheritance, and user controls. It may not be the best forum for the question. If not, can somebody suggest a better forum?
I tried a bunch of searches, but the forum hasn't accumulated enough questions and answers for my search to produce any useful results.
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dimanche 24 avril 2005 17:35Hi,
Try posting in the Smart Devices General...
Or in the Visual Basic General...
Somone there might help you...
Paul June A. Domag
lundi 25 avril 2005 17:06Modérateur
Your best bet is to post a question in the Windows Forms -> Windows Forms Databinding forum.
I hope this information proves helpful.