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Can anyone show me a piece of code using the flexgrid in bound mode?. I tried creating a recordset and using the SetDataSource member function but it didn't work. Thanks in advance.
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I do not think you will be able to use fexgrid alone and connect to the datasource. You need to have another cursor control like RDC and map this flexgrid to this. The DBGrid works that way. You can see the samples come with MSVC++. The project seems to be MDIBIND.
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