Unfortunately these dictionaries are only filled out if you are bound to a datasource control :(.
So that means when you bind to some raw collection and hook up to the Data Source property then call databind, if you try to handle the delete or update events these dictionaries are going to be empty.
Here is a list of the editable properties of the Data List object An array that specifies the width of each column in the table view.
If the Show Table Header property (explained below) is set to 1, the Col Width property is overridden by the width values specified in the table view template file (templates/tablename_template TV.html).
Net Drop Down List control holds a list of data, which allows the user to select a single data from a drop down list.
You can bring data from Share Point into Access in either of two ways — by importing, or by linking.
Right now you must be asking yourself how can you get those dictionaries filled out just as if you were bound to a Datasource control?
The good news is you CAN do it(this is what this blog post is all about right? This is probably one of the worst things you can do.
Most of the data controls have events ending in ing and ed e.g. In most of the event handlers of the ing events it is easy to get the values from the event args.The linking process connects to data in another program, so that you can view and edit the latest data both in Share Point and in Access without creating and maintaining a copy of the data in Access.If you don't want to copy a Share Point list into your Access database, but instead want to run queries and generate reports based on the contents of that list, you should use link to the data.In this post we open the black box and study the moving parts for ourselves.In traditional MVC frameworks models are the application’s connection to the backend data source.This article describes the steps both for importing from and for linking to a Share Point list.