Flexigrid with SQL

Posted on 2000-04-24
Last Modified: 2013-12-26
How can I add all the registers resulting from a SQL to a Flexgrid?
Question by:kurobei
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I am sorry i don't quite understand the question. Do you want to add data taken from query and place it into a FlexGrid ? If so this will work. If not please explain me your question again. Thanks.

Grid is FlexGrid
I first populate The headings and the populuate the data.

Dim i As Integer, j As Integer

grid.Cols = rs2.Fields.Count
grid.Row = 0
j = -1
For Each fld In rs2.Fields
     j = j + 1
      grid.TextMatrix(0, j) = fld.Name
Next fld
grid.Rows = rs2.RecordCount + 1
i = 0
Do Until rs2.EOF
         i = i + 1
         grid.Row = i
          j = -1
            For Each fld In rs2.Fields
                j = j + 1
             grid.TextMatrix(i, j) = fld
             Next fld

Author Comment

ID: 2745998

A fast and useful answer. Thank you very much.

Expert Comment

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Thanks for the points. Happy Programming :-)

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