I have a listview control who's columns are bound to an SQL table through a LINQ to SQL class. When the program is run, the table populates in the listview correctly the way I want it to, but I have a timer that for every 1 second that passes, refreshes the table ... (side question - is there a more elegant way to reflect changes to the table than just query the table every second??) ... and should reflect any new changes to the table, however that doesn't happen. I manually go into the table and remove a row and that row is not reflected in my WPF listview. I am populating my listview using the listview.ItemsSource = _myDB.tblInspectionStatus (where the tblInspectionStatus is a table in my database). The specific GridViewColumns in my listview have dataTemplates in them that house TextBlocks that are bound to the specific columns in my database table.
Essentially, I guess I have two questions: 1) How do I reflect the changes to my database table on my UI and 2) is there an easier way to update the UI rather than using a timer to trigger an event (I read a little something about the INotifyPropertyChanged interface, so I don't know if that has anything to do with it since the specific property isn't being changed, but rather the whole table is)
Changed typeMarco ZhouWednesday, August 20, 2008 10:40 AMOP doesn't revert back
Could you please show the code on how you refresh the ItemsSource property in a timely fashion? I think you need to nullify it (aka listview.ItemsSource = null) before assign its value using listview.ItemsSource = _myDB.tblInspectionStatus.
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