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REfreshing a datagrid attached to a command

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Here's the buig thing.

I want to attached dynamic filters to a datagrid.

As the user modifies those filters, I change the sql command of the command attached to the grid.

But the grid wont refresh...

How do I refresh it ???

I tried to execute the command, but i receive an error tellin me the object is open...
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If you are using the adodc1 then change the
adodc1.recordsource and then
Adodc1.Refresh
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not using an adodc object... directly attached to a dataenvironnement
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not using an adodc object... directly attached to a dataenvironnement
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by:Audsimous
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not using an adodc object... directly attached to a dataenvironnement
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Still does'nt work... :

        If cboRegionMemo <> "Toutes" Then
            If Right(strCritere, 6) <> " WHERE" Then strCritere = strCritere & " AND "
            strCritere = strCritere & " region = '" & cboRegionMemo & "' "
        End If
        If Right(strCritere, 6) <> " WHERE" Then dataServices.Commands(2).CommandText = dataServices.Commands(2).CommandText & strCritere
       
        'REfresh
        dataServices.Commands(2).CommandText = dataServices.Commands(2).CommandText & " ORDER BY interne"
        dgServices.DataMember = "cmdMemos"
        dataServices.rscmdMemos.Requery
        Set dgServices.DataSource = dataServices


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Plz fix
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by:Audsimous
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Finally... thx!
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