I tried suggestion one, and still same issue. What's odd is if I step
through the code, the watch window shows my bindingsource is fine, and
even shows there are 3 records in the table within the datasource.
Why can't the combobox display it? It's like the combobox loses the
binding information, although the watch window shows it's still there.
More odd.. I tried to reset the datasource on the combobox to point to
it's binding source (combo1.datasource = combo1BindingSource). When I
do this, I get "System.Data.DataViewManagerListItemTypeDescriptor" as
the text in the combobox. Then even further, when I select this from
the list, my other combobox (tied to this one) populates with it's
(if the process is confusing.. it works like this. 3 comboboxes that
relate to each other: category1, 2, and 3. Based on the selected item
in combo1, combo2 filters it's bindingsource based on the valuemember
of combo1. Same thing between combo2 and 3.)
It seems the binding is there, just combobox1 isn't displaying its
members correctly. I'm so stumped!!!!
Oh, with regards to your second question, I'm not exactly sure I
follow what you suggest nor why it would help. Again when debugging,
my datasource is correctly populated. I can drill down in the watch
window and look at the data it contains. The problem is solely with
the combobox being able to bind to it.
On Jun 20, 11:51 pm, "Bryan Phillips"