Undeclared Identifier - DBNavigator

Posted on 2003-03-18
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Last Modified: 2010-04-04
I am trying to customize the DBNavigator per user level.  I suspect my problem is related to the fact that I am trying to change the options on DBNavigator within the 'Log-in' form and the DBNavigator component itself resides on the 'Manager' form.  

Nevertheless, I cannot find an answer to my problem and I am soooo tired of looking at the 'undeclared identifier' error message.  

The code in the LOG-IN Form is as follows:
if ADRMain.edUserLevel.text='Manager' then begin


Question by:Rob23
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kretzschmar earned 300 total points
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? works for me -> which delphi version ?

maybe you should add dbctrls into the uses-clause
of the form/unit where you want assign

meikl ;-)

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ID: 8158983
Adding the DBCtrls to the USES clause solved the problem.  I really hate manually adding to the USES clause - it should be automated.

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