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Help with linking LINQ results to a grid

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 16, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net


I'm getting the following error message when running the code below: yx returns a value of '1' for example

Error: Both DataSource and DataSourceID are defined on 'GridView4'. Remove one definition


Dim vc1 As Integer

For Each row As GridViewRow In GridView2.Rows

'Find checkbox in the row

Dim chb As CheckBox = DirectCast(row.FindControl("CheckBox1"), CheckBox)

'if checkbox is found and is checked then add the id to string

If chb IsNot Nothing AndAlso chb.Checked Then

If vc1 > 0 Then

yx = yx & "'" & row.Cells(1).Text & "'"


yx = "'" & row.Cells(1).Text & "'"

End If

vc1 = vc1 + 1

End If


' MsgBox(yx)

Dim DB As New AOP29ClassesDataContext

Dim Query = From p In DB.Link_Tables _

Where p.Link_ID Like yx _

Select New With {p.Receiver.Receiver, p.Donor.Donor}


GridView4.DataSource = Query


Any ideas how to fix this problem? Using the design property of the grid, I tried removing the datasource link from the grid but the grid doesn't appear unless the data source in linked to a table.


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