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Clearing DBGrid

Posted on 1998-12-06
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How do you clear an unbound DBGrid after loading it with an array.  The ClearFields method does not work, but that is exactly what I want it to do.  Please help!
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by:majed100598
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dbgrid1.fixedrows=0
dbgrid.rows=1

then define the number of fixed rows and columns you want
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by:globe
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There's no FixedRow or Rows property/method for DBGrid in VB5.  
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by:myqlG
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he was almost right
dbgrid1.rows=1
dbgrid1.cols=1
(You can try 0 but I think that creates an error)
There is also a dbgrid1.clearfields
good luck
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by:globe
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Again, the Rows property does not apply to DBGrid in VB5, although the Help file claims that it does.
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by:Mirkwood
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Maybe it is not an easy question?
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by:Mirkwood
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Ok, so far 10000 points I tell you that DBGrid1.ClearFields might do what you want.
Oeps, I already gave you the answer :-(
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by:globe
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I stated in my question that  the Clearfields method will give me exactly what I want.  However, I can not make it to work with unbound DBGrid.  In fact, it does nothing.  I found myself a work-around already.  Thanks though.
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vinoopauls earned 0 total points
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redim the array to nothing and refresh the dbgrid
this will clear the unbound dbgrid for you
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by:globe
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Thank You!  This works!
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