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DbGrid with combobox or listbox?

Posted on 1998-10-26
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I want fill a db grid with data, one of de column I may choose products that is in a table  in SQLServer; I must use a combo or list box ( I don't know witch is better),and then save in a table call Details of pedidos. How I can do this? I hope you understand me because my English is so bad
I speak in Spanish
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Question by:euge092598
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You could use a Purchased grid Maybe from Sheridan Software..
or Apex TrueDBGrid.
these have built in Combo Boxes

IF you cant do that.. then what you can do is have a hidden combo box.. and sho it when the user clicks in a certain row.
then.. using the Row # you can calculate where to put the Combo on the screen to make it appear to be on Top.  give me your email and i will send you a snippet.


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Hi TheAnswerMan,
can you mail me also
shubhr@azerin.com
thanks
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