I'm having some trouble with getting my forms to display the recently updated data. The weird thing is that this only happens on decimal, int, or other fields having to do with only numbers.
What happens is after the user makes whatever changes they need to make and then saves the new data it'll update it to the database, but the forms will still display the old data, until the application is completely shut down and then re-started. I know the database is being updated exactly like it should be, but the application just won't show the new changes and as I've already mentioned, this only happens with numeric fields. All other data in the application will be shown exactly how it should as long as its not a numeric data type.
One thing I have noticed is that the forms will show the correct data, if I declare it as a new form and then open it compared to just typing in the name of the form with .showdialog. The only problem with this is that, due to the nature of some of the forms in my project, declaring them as a new form would conflict with a nice amount of my code that is already in place.
My question is, what could possibly be causing something like this and what do I need to do to fix it?
Also, my code is written in Visual Basic, and I use LINQ to Entities for retrieving, updating, and deleting records. The database is stored in SQL Server 2008 R2.
Thanks for any and all help.
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