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inserting data from recordset to the datagrid

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I would like to ask what command will I be using to insert a record from the recordset to DataGrid?I have retrieve records from my oracle database but the problem is that I cannot load the said records to the datagrid.

I would like to see a sample in loading the recordset to the datagrid.
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set datagrid1.datasource = YourRecordset
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emoreau.  and here I was using an unnecessary adodc


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Any progress?
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