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i am was able to cause the mouse wheel to work on my datagridview.
now i have noticed that when the form first loads i actually need to click the datagridview to set the focus on it and then i can scroll
i added two line for my form load event
' Selecting first datagrid row
grdAccountTypes.Rows(0).Selected = True
but that didn't solve my problem either.
any ideas ?
I just upgraded from Visual Studio 2005 to Visual Studio 2010 yesterday. I tried opening my site; it started the conversion wizard and seemed to work OK. However, I get the error "Visual Basic 9.0 does not support this kind of lambda expression." Here is my code:
Dim MatchLength As Integer = Url.Path.Length Dim D As GetRedirectedUrlDelegate = _ Function() Dim NewQuerystring As QuerystringContext = Url.QuerystringContext.Clone() NewQuerystring.ValueCollection.RemoveKey("id") Return Url.Clone(NewPath, NewQuerystring) End Function Match = New RedirectMatch(MatchLength, d) Return True
The error is on the "Function()" line. I thought multi-line lambda functions were one of the new VS2010 features. Why am I getting a VB9.0 error
i am new to visual basic.i have visual basic 2010 express edition and oracle 10g express installed.
am trying to connect to an Oracle database and I want to add an Oracle Data Source, but the only options that I have are:
Microsoft Access DB File
Microsoft SQL Server Compact 3.5
Microsoft SQL Server DB File
want to use oracle. so please help me. can someone please tell me why visual basic is not showing oracle option and how to get the oracle shown in the options.i tried adding the reference oracle.dataAccess.dll file but still it is not working