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Apex DBGrid (comes with VB5 Enterprise)

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Does anyone out there have information (FAQ, Knowledge Base,  ANYTHING!!) on the Apex DBGrid that ships with VB5 Enterprise edition. I am trying to implement it at work to replace a more resource-hungry control, and trying to match functionality is driving me insane. Specifically, I am running the Grid in Unbound mode, and I am having trouble with the deletion of rows from a grid. If you need more information (code snippets, etc), please email me at finster@ozemail.com.au and I will forward the relevant code. Anyone with ANY info would be appreciated.
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I sent you the help file section from truegrid 4.0 for unbound mode.  This has examples and explains everythng.  The methods/properties are very similiar with the grid that comes with vb5.
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The text was not complete, so could you please resend it?
Thanks,
Adam
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by:htay
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Hi, Finster;

I am new in VB5, and I am undergoing a school project with DBGrid connected with Oracle database....

Anyqay, I just want to find out is tha any references or codes that deal with this issue step by step.

Hope you can help me!  Thanks!

I can be reached at: htay@uoft02.utoledo.edu


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