Even if I call a .refresh or .refetch on the Grid Ex control I don't see the new information displayed on the screen.
Those objects may in turn be related to a database which means there's code to read from the database into them and push updates from them into the database. NET data provider (like SQL Server and many other database) you can generally follow guidance for working with ADO.
NET data providers and if you are careful to switch types from SQL-Specific types to the general ADO.
NET equivalents you can even follow code guidance for accessing data from SQL Server.
In the Editing an in-memory dataset example, the Data Table always gets its actual data in the ASPx Grid View. When the grid binds itself to a datasource, in this event handler a refreshed table is provided for the grid.
Thanks, Vest Hello Vest, I have tried to implement the resolution. I am adding columns from second table on Data Bound event of the aspxgridview.