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dbCombo and Data Control

Posted on 1998-08-08
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I know the answer is probably in paq but it's worth the points to not search all day. My question is.....
How do I make whatever I select from my dbCombo Dropdown the current record in my data control? VB5
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by:Dalin
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DPPro,
In the dbCombo's Change event, add:
dataControlName.Recordset.FindFirst "YourFieldName = " & dbCombo.Text
Any problems let me know.
Regards
Dalin

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by:DPPro
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This didn't work.
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by:Dalin
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DPPro,
Explain how you set your dbcombo? posibly post your code.
Regards
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Sorry, I missed the two single quotes:


       dataControlName.Recordset.FindFirst "YourFieldName = '" & dbCombo.Text & "'"
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