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I have used dbGrid using RDO but I want to use ADO and SQL TO populate a dbGrid?
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Question by:damienm
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by:TimCottee
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What is your question?
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by:ca_heckler
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If you want to use ADO, make sure you use the ADO DataGrid (MSDATGRD.OCX) and ADO Adodc (MSADODC.OCX). They work fine.
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by:jasonboetcher
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Using the ADO DataGrid with the ADO DataControl is very simple.  

Set the Datasource property of the ADO Datagrid to whatever you named your ADO DataControl.  Then use your SQL statement as the Recordsource property of your ADO DataControl.  Refresh the ADO DataControl and that's it.

dgdData.DataSource = adoData
strSQL = "SELECT * FROM [Accounts]"
strOrder = " ORDER BY [Account Num]"
adoData.RecordSource = strSQL & strOrder
adoData.Refresh
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Éric Moreau earned 150 total points
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DBGrid doesn't accept ADO recordset. The only way you can use DBGrid with ADO will be to manually populate the grid control.
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