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How to update lookup values in the datagrid.

Hello,

For my datagrid I added a datagrid table style to include columns from
my lookup tables. These display the values in the lookup tables rather
than just the integer key value stored in the data table.

When I make selections in bound combo boxes on the form and save the
changes the datagrid which is populated by the following stored
procedure does not reflect the changes for the referenced lookup tables
until I close and reload the datagrid.

Is there a good way to update the lookup values without closing and
reopening the form?
\\
CREATE PROCEDURE
dbo.usp_047MSen _sel_ByDevi_Typ eConnVolt
(
@fkDevice char(36),
@cmVarchar06 varchar(50) --pkComponentId for Cylinder
)AS SET NOCOUNT ON;
SELECT
c.pkComponentId ,
c.fkDevice,
c.fkComponentTy pe,
c.ComponentDesc ription,
c.QuanSharingCo nfiguration,
c.QuanConfigure d,--
c.QuanActuation s,
c.cmVarchar01,
c.cmVarchar02,
c.cmVarchar03,
c.cmVarchar04,
c.cmVarchar05,
c.cmVarchar06,
c.cmNumeric01,
c.cmNumeric02,
c.cmNumeric03,
c.cmNumeric04,
c.cmNumeric05,
c.cmNumeric06,
c.cmNumeric07,
c.cmBit01,
c.cmBit02,
c.cmBit03,
c.cmBit04,
c.cmBit05,
c.cmBit06,
c.cmBit07,
c.cmBit08,
c.cmBit09,
c.cmBit10,
c.cmBit11,
c.cmSmallint01,
v.Voltage, '<<from lookup table
c.cmSmallint02,
c.cmSmallint03,
c.cmSmallint04,
st.SensorType, '<<from lookup table
c.cmSmallint05,
sc.SensorConnec tion, '<<from lookup table
c.cmUserNote,
c.cmCreatedOn,
c.cmCreatedBy,
c.cmEditedOn,
c.cmEditedBy,
c.cmrowversion
FROM tbl040Cmpt c
left outer JOIN lkp104Voltage v ON c.cmSmallint01 = v.pkVoltageId
left outer JOIN lkp302SensorTyp e st ON c.cmSmallint04 =
st.pkSensorType Id
left outer JOIN lkp103SensorCon nection sc ON c.cmSmallint05 =
sc.pkSensorConn ectionId
WHERE
(c.fkDevice = @fkDevice)
-- fkDevice = 'fc063d9f-62f1-4905-913a-e41f2471f2a7'
AND c.cmVarchar06 = @cmVarchar06 -- pkComponentId - the
-- AND c.cmVarchar06 = 'c6236862-dc3d-4e9d-a688-f57809fcb348' --
pkComponentId - the
AND c.fkComponentTy pe = 7 -- Motion Sensor
ORDER BY c.ComponentDesc ription

GO

//
Thank you,
dbuchanan

Nov 21 '05 #1
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