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my form has one table, one DataSource and one DBGrid. I made an alias which points to database.mdb. I choose this alias from table. datasource = table1. And DBGrid = datasource1. I have 5 records on my database. But my DBGrid shows 10 records. Which are also same as my 5 record.. How can i solve this?
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by:alzv
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Clear Table.DataSource property...

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Alexey Zverev.
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As the description (From Delphi Help):
Table.DataSource
Provides read-only access to the data source for the master dataset when this table is the detail of a master/detail relationship

So, if you have only one table, you do not need to set this property.

You need to set DataSource.DataSet property to Table and DBGrid.DataSource property to Table. Then, if you open your Table, you will see your 5 records in DBGrid...

Best regards,
Alexey Zverev.
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by:geobul
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DBGrid.DataSource property to DataSource1 (not to Table1)

Regards, Geo
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by:alzv
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Sorry, geobul... You are right... I was mistaken...

Best regards,
Alexey Zverev.
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