I will be using Sql objects directly into methods to keep the example simple and straight forward.In practical scenario you should use your existing architecture to populate and update the data.The following examples demonstrate how to perform updates to modified rows by explicitly setting the Private Sub Adapter Update(By Val connection String As String) Using connection As Sql Connection = New Sql Connection( _ connection String) Dim adapter As Sql Data Adapter = New Sql Data Adapter( _ "SELECT Category ID, Category Name FROM dbo. Update Command = New Sql Command( _ "UPDATE Categories SET Category Name = @Category Name " & _ "WHERE Category ID = @Category ID", connection) adapter. Fill(category Table) Dim category Row As Data Row = category Table.
You don’t want to have to retype a table of numbers or recreate a graph in Power Point.So I have to specify how I want them to appear in the normal view and edit view.That’s why I have placed different templates like Item Template (for normal view) and Edit Item Template (for edit view).You don’t have to retype the data and you get a Power Point table that can be formatted and edited at the last minute if needed.Because it is a Power Point object, it will be consistent with the organization branding standards.Then when the numbers change next week or month, the Power Point slide can automatically update. Except every great idea does have potential downsides you need to know about.