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CanSelect on a DBGrid

Posted on 2001-07-25
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Is it possible to a cell in a DBGrid, so the user can not access to it.
For example, the column Status can be changed by the user if the status is OK or DEL, but can not change it if it is something else.
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You can try this :


Procedure TForm1.DBGrid1CellClick(Column: TColumn);
Begin
  If Table1Status.Value In ['OK', 'DEL'] Then
    Begin
      // If you use a drop box.
      Column.ButtonStyle := cbsAuto ;
      Column.ReadOnly    := False ;
    End
  Else
    Begin
      Column.ButtonStyle := cbsNone ;
      Column.ReadOnly    := True ;
    End ;
End ;
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