I am Trying to built the search box for my windows app that searches the data from the database like if admins types the keyword student the name of all the students should be shown. I have used the LIKE operator for it but its not working accurately.
I don't think anyone can guess why from that little information. Try and explain clearly what you are doing, what results you expect, and what results you see. If some of your code is failing then show that code (not all, just the failing portion), and be sure to check and explain the values of any variables used.
Binding 100,000 items to a list box can be just silly regardless of what pattern you are following. Jeremy Likness
I'm using a Datagridview in Windows application. Its working fine in my local machine, but when i tried to execute in my server( Winodws 2008 SP2), few columns not updating with the value using the below statement.
When an event is called SomethingChanged, you expect it to fire only when Something gets a value different from the current one. However in WinForms some of those events will also fire when assigning the same value as the property already had, and that is one way to get StackOverflowException. The easiest way around is by explicitly testing yourself, as in:
if (Something!=theValueIWant) Something=theValueIWant;
And yes, those events carry the wrong name, should have been GotAssignedTo or something such.