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hello.............well I have a problem.....I have done
a query and the datasource is linked  the Tquery is linked
and my dblookupcombobox is linkede......well
qhen I do the query the rows are on the dblookcombobox but it doesn't
show its autimatically..is there any property or method that makes the dblookuocombobox
to show the rows that i have without the event CLICK
I said ..........some like automatillac selection on the first row

ok bye I hope your reply
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Question by:Iamme
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by:Iamme
ID: 2523146
Sorry
but I don't speak english very well as you
have seen
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by:ZifNab
ID: 2523360
mmm, can you give more information?

Which information have you put in DBLookUpComboBox:

DataField, DataSource

KeyField, ListField, ListSource

Zif.
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by:kretzschmar
ID: 2524173
agree with zif, more info please

if you want a preselect just set the keyfieldvalue as required

meikl
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by:Michael_Benjamin_Perez
ID: 2524312
Hi Iamme,

I think I know what you mean, try doing this after you've opened the query:

if DBLookupCombobox.KeyValue = Null then // Only fill when it is empty
  DBLookupCombobox.KeyValue := DBLookupCombobox.ListSource.Dataset.FieldByName(DBLookupCombobox.KeyField).AsInteger;

It think this should do it. Make sure the keyfield is of type integer!

It probably is...

Cheers mate

Mick
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by:Michael_Benjamin_Perez
ID: 2524316
I've reread your question, you offcourse can also stick in a DBLookupCombobox.ListSource.DataSet.First before my little code snippet.

G'Luck, Mick
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Freaky earned 150 total points
ID: 2551995

You should set the "listsource" and "listfield" properties to let the combobox show the lines from your query.

Also be sure that the "normal" settings are correct (datasource/datafield)

the data in the "keyfield" is used for the "lookup"

Greets

 Sascha
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