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Posted on 2002-06-23
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I've written a program to look through the content of *.MDB tables without Access, based on DBGrid32.ocx. Unfortunately, after successful installation, on some win'98 machines dbgrid form always retuns empty content without any error... I wish I know how to fix this strange behaviour of standard MS component. MDAC & JET are installed everywhere...
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by:gron
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Show us some code.
A DBgrid is always bound to your data through an underlying recordset that you must create with an SQL statement or a Data Control, but you mention neither of these.
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by:igorg
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First, my settings for Data1 component in design view:
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Connect=Access 2000;
DefaultCursorType=0-DefaultCursor
DefaultType=2-UseJet
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My VB code follows:
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Set dbz = Workspaces(0).OpenDatabase(App.Path & "\" & DBName, False, False, PWDStr)
Set Me.Data1.Recordset = dbz.OpenRecordset(TableName, dbOpenSnapshot)
Me.Data1.Refresh
Me.DBGrid1.Refresh
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I guess the reason of notworking my code on some machines is in absense (or different version) of some DLL, which is not included by Package and Deployment Wizard.
Yesterday I tested my code on clean Win98SE machine. Installing DCOM98,MDAC 2.52,Jet4, VB6Runtime SP3 - changed nothing. Reinstalling my prog setup - again cased no positive results.
Only after a few seconds of VB6 setup (which was still in progress), the DBgrid started to work normally.
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