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Cann I use MSFlexGrid Control in ASP page, Cann You send me an example?Thanks.
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   You can use a flexigrid control in an ASP page, but how you would reference it, and update it I don't really know. There is also the problem of unsigned Active X controls, a browser will ask if the user wants to download the control, after that it should be ok.
    I would recomend you don't use it. But build a HTML table with it's <TD> elements set with an ID. You can then reference each cell in DHTML. You can change values and pick up events on the page this way. If you need to update a database, spit the page with a frame and use the other page to update the backend.


<%@ Language=VBScript %>
<HTML>
<HEAD>
<META NAME="GENERATOR" Content="Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0">
</HEAD>
<BODY>

<P>
<OBJECT classid=clsid:6262D3A0-531B-11CF-91F6-C2863C385E30 id=MSFlexGrid1
style="HEIGHT: 247px; WIDTH: 382px"><PARAM NAME="_ExtentX" VALUE="10107"><PARAM NAME="_ExtentY" VALUE="6535"><PARAM NAME="_Version" VALUE="393216"><PARAM NAME="Rows" VALUE="2"><PARAM NAME="Cols" VALUE="2"><PARAM NAME="FixedRows" VALUE="1"><PARAM NAME="FixedCols" VALUE="1"><PARAM NAME="RowHeightMin" VALUE="0"><PARAM NAME="BackColor" VALUE="-2147483643"><PARAM NAME="ForeColor" VALUE="-2147483640"><PARAM NAME="BackColorFixed" VALUE="-2147483633"><PARAM NAME="ForeColorFixed" VALUE="-2147483630"><PARAM NAME="BackColorSel" VALUE="-2147483635"><PARAM NAME="ForeColorSel" VALUE="-2147483634"><PARAM NAME="BackColorBkg" VALUE="8421504"><PARAM NAME="GridColor" VALUE="12632256"><PARAM NAME="GridColorFixed" VALUE="0"><PARAM NAME="WordWrap" VALUE="0"><PARAM NAME="Redraw" VALUE="1"><PARAM NAME="AllowBigSelection" VALUE="1"><PARAM NAME="ScrollTrack" VALUE="0"><PARAM NAME="Enabled" VALUE="1"><PARAM NAME="RightToLeft" VALUE="0"><PARAM NAME="TextStyle" VALUE="0"><PARAM NAME="TextStyleFixed" VALUE="0"><PARAM NAME="FocusRect" VALUE="1"><PARAM NAME="HighLight" VALUE="1"><PARAM NAME="FillStyle" VALUE="0"><PARAM NAME="GridLines" VALUE="1"><PARAM NAME="GridLinesFixed" VALUE="2"><PARAM NAME="ScrollBars" VALUE="3"><PARAM NAME="SelectionMode" VALUE="0"><PARAM NAME="MergeCells" VALUE="0"><PARAM NAME="AllowUserResizing" VALUE="0"><PARAM NAME="PictureType" VALUE="0"><PARAM NAME="BorderStyle" VALUE="1"><PARAM NAME="Appearance" VALUE="1"><PARAM NAME="MousePointer" VALUE="0"><PARAM NAME="GridLineWidth" VALUE="1"><PARAM NAME="FormatString" VALUE=""><PARAM NAME="OLEDropMode" VALUE="0"></OBJECT>
</P>

</BODY>
</HTML>
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by:DJDoug
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Try this instead.
http://www.aspgrid.com/
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by:kcm76
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a valid suggestion finbinn
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by:giladBoker
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try to make an aspx page(if u have the asp.net platform) its easier and safer then using an activeX.
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No comment has been added lately and it seems that this question have been abandoned. So it's time to clean up this TA.

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