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Beth Massi is a Senior Program Manager on the Visual Studio team at Microsoft and a community champion for business application developers. Learn more about Beth.
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This how-to video series is focused on more advanced data binding techniques using object binding in Visual Basic 2005. The series walks through creating business objects and how to associate them in one-to-many relationships, how to provide searching capabilities and how to enable sorting.
Download the Object Binding Video Series #1 and the associated code now!
Great Videos Beth !!
Thanks for your contribution.
Great videos! I was wondering if there was an easy way to implement filtering in a collection instead of searching, similar to using a dataview with a dataset. I think that would make a great addition to this series.
... or is this what LINQ is all about?
Adding filtering support to your business object collections is totally doable, just a bit more involved. I'll add your request to the list of videos for object binding.
And yes, LINQ would make it very easy to to this as well. :-)
Thanks for the response! I will be looking forward to it.
i am new in visual basic and i am developing a mimi library system to be put in our mini library id like you to help me develop it? i am new also with the visual basic and i have watch your demonstration on the tutorials and i have learn much.i hope you can help me in this matter by sending me some tutorials on how to build it.
Thank you very much,
I really find your videos and code helpful. I've been trying to get my arms around object binding with typed datasets for awhile now. You instructional materials REALLY helps. Keep up the good work.
Thanks a million!
I think I may have found a bug in your SimpleSortComparer class. It seems that when it compares 2 null strings, it throws an error. I changed my logic to replace null string with empty strings, and it works correctly. I am working to debug now, but I thought you would like to know.
Thanks for the examples!
I have a question about how to bind an image column at sql server to picture box. please help me.
You can see how easy it is to bind to an image column in the article I wrote here (sample included): http://blogs.msdn.com/bethmassi/archive/2007/08/28/rezising-images-stored-in-sql-server.aspx
i don't know what to say, but thank you very much
You've been helpful to me in more ways than you can imagine. I have acquired a lot from your videos than from 000's of MSDN pages. But I can't find this object binding videos. I've downloaded the code but all the links the the videos are sorry for 1 reason or the other.
Sorry about the broken link. I fixed it, here is the correct location of the videos: