I have two tables that are related as such: Table1 and Table2 have a
one-to-many relationship .... ie. Table2 can only be saved once there exists
an associated record in Table1.
I want to be able to capture records within a dbgrid for table2 (not with
direct editing the grid though ... but with selecting from dblookupcombo
boxes and then
populating a row). At this point in time though ...there is no record saved
in table 1 yet.
How do I populate the dbgrid without an active datasource? And how do I
eventually save the dbgrid records to the database (when the values
displayed in the
grid is not the values I want saved??? I want their keys saved instead?)
PS. I also want to use that same dbgrid for viewing the data later on and
maybe adding another record to table 2?
Yes, it possible. Then You need to use cached update with TUpdateSQL (joined from more then one table query is not ediatable). Another way is to use one table query with lookup field (FieldKind=fkLookUp).
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