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DBGrid_ BeforeUpdate

Posted on 1998-03-25
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Hi!
This is my problem:
I use a dbgrid and in dbgrid_beforeupdate I validate my
data .
if X="" then
 msgbox "Please do something!!"
 cancel=True
 exit sub
end if
At runtime after this message I see another dbgrid message
like this;
"This action was cancelled by an association object."
How can I cancel this message?
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Question by:nima
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by:clifABB
ID: 1459783
I've run across this problem on many occassion.  The only way I've found to solve this was to set DBGrid.DataChanged = False with the Cancel = True.
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by:nima
ID: 1459784
I'm sorry but it didn't work.
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girsu earned 50 total points
ID: 1459785
This masseg box comes form DBGrid Errors yocan please this code in your app. and check.

Private Sub dbGrid1_Error(Index As Integer, ByVal DataError As Integer, Response As Integer)
    If DataError = 16389 Then
        Response% = vbDataErrContinue
    End If
End Sub

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