I am using a datagridview which is normally bound to a datacontext, using Linq.
var q = from table in dataContext.table1
As I want to search for data in this table, I unbound the datagridview and have only one row. The user can put in filters. Afterwards, I want to fill...
OK!! GOT IT!
I know this is not the best way to do it, returning all records and then start the filtering, but it is the only way I could come up with. So if anyone knows a better way to handle this, let me know!!!
What I have is this:
var q = from table in dataContext.table1...
I have a table with a lot of columns. I want to be able te let the user search on every column. Afterwards I perform a linq query and this should show all the correct data. Problem is that all empty cells return a null value. Making the Linq query not working.
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