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Why the value DataGrid.Row is limitted within 10

Posted on 2002-06-06
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The DataSource property of this DataGrid is an ADODC. After User change the data, I want the DataGrid focus on the Changed row. The Codes are:

    Dim lngBookID As Long
    'grd2Books is a DataGrid
    lngRePlace = grd2Books.Row 'Get the Current Row
   
    'Modify the Data
     ...............
    'adoBooks is ADODC, the DataSource of DataGrid
     adoBooks.Recordset.Move lngRePlace, adBookmarkFirst
       
But when I select the row after 10th, the value of lngReplace remains 9 for ever.  why??
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this is a duplicate of http://www.experts-exchange.com/visualbasic/Q_20308868.html. Please delete.
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