Remember that this article is only an introduction and in no way demonstrates the capabilities of j Query.
I have written an EBook which demonstrates the capabilities of doing client side development in ASP. It's called "51 Tips, Tricks and Recipes with j Query and ASP. In the forthcoming articles, we will see how j Query can further be used with ASP.
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I've ran out of ideas and Im finding this pretty frustrating, any help would be greatly appreciated. You're invoking a delegate; not necessarily an event handler.
This means you can use a delegate to any method you want.
If the user clicks the button again and opens Form2, the new values are there, and they are also correctly altered in the database. I don't understand this, there has to be a very simple solution to this routine task which I just overlook. I use Visual Studio 2005, the database is on a MS SQL Server 2005.
I even tried to reassign a simple array of objects to the listbox as the datasource. But after that, the listbox stays the same even if I change the array. whenever u change data in form2, you need to refresh form1.