Mervyn Bick <email@example.com>
||Fri, 13 Apr 2018 23:18:11 +0200
On 2018-04-04 9:56 AM, MUSTANSIR GHOR wrote:
> Dear Mervyn
> I remember one time you mentioned to use grid not datalinked to rowset. Can you set small example how this can be done.
That's not quite what I said.
I said that I'd found it was too easy for the user to make mistakes when
editing in a grid especially where one used a combobox as the editor
object for a cell. Based on this I never use a grid for data entry or
editing. I always do data entry and editing in entryfields and/or
Because I'm trying to make code I write for myself "SQL server ready" I
don't use datalinked entryfields or comboboxes. On the other hand, if
the code is never going to use data from a SQL server datalinked
entryfields and comboboxes save a lot of coding.
A grid can ONLY display data from a datalinked table. If you want to,
say, display data from an array in a grid you first have to write the
array out to a temporary table.
I'm not too well at the moment and I can't spend as much time at the
computer as I would like. I will, however, try and create a little
example for you soon.