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Incremental search on DBLookupComboBox

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  Why don't i have incremental search on DBLookupcombobox
for numeric fields?How can i get it?
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thats just because you can't serach/locate numeric fields with "joker-signs" (* or % depending on the database)

how to get it?
transform the number to a string,
how depends on your database

meikl ;-)



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just wondering, why it is now possible to post 20 pts. questions
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