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How to set selected item from database instead of hardcoded?
I have a very simple table called FruitList in a SQL Server database. Its fields are FruitCode, FruitName and FruitLocation.
The database records are being populated by the application and it is working as intended.
What I would like to do now is to have the application pick the fruit code based on the user’s current location. This means that I would like to pick the fruit code in the FruitLocation field using a SELECT statement.
My question is how do I make the selected item from the database in the application automatically.
I have tried the following:
Private Sub frmFruitList_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
Dim selectStatement As String
selectStatement = “SELECT FruitLocation FROM FruitList”
Dim myConnection As New SqlConnection
myConnection.ConnectionString = “MyConnectionString”
Dim myCommand As New SqlCommand(selectStatement, myConnection)
Dim myReader As SqlDataReader
myReader = myCommand.ExecuteReader()
‘line below is not working
I have read that I need to use BindingSources and that is where I am heading.
Any help will be appreciated.
ListViewItem.SelectedIndex = myReader.Item(“FruitLocation”)
The documentation for ListViewItem.SelectedIndex is here.
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