FlexGrid error message (Object Variable or With Block Variable not set)



I have successfully added a DataGrid to my form wusing the code listed below.  I am trying to see if a FlexGrid will provide more flexibility for formatting a'la .net style (this is in VB6).

Can anyone tell me why I an getting an object variable or with block variable not set?  Does it make sense to switch to FlexGrid?  Also I have a click event to set the first field as Yes or No so that I can use it for another action later.  Will that preclude me from using the FlexGrid?

Function GridFill(clientid, reloadType)

    allclientQRY = "exec ReRun_GetSamples " & "'" & clientid & "'" & ", '" & reloadType & "'"
         
    Set samples = MyConnection.Execute(allclientQRY)

    Dim GridData As ADODB.Recordset

    Set GridData = New ADODB.Recordset

    GridData.Fields.Append "ReRun?", adBoolean, , adFldIsNullable
    GridData.Fields.Append "SampleID", adInteger, 64
    GridData.Fields.Append "Sample Number", adBSTR, 64
    GridData.Fields.Append "Tray Number", adBSTR, 64
    GridData.Fields.Append "Well Number", adBSTR, 64
    GridData.Fields.Append "Reload Type", adBSTR, 8
    GridData.Open
   
    If Not samples.EOF Then
        lblNoGrid.Visible = False
        DataGrid1.Visible = True
   
        samples.MoveFirst
       
        Do While Not samples.EOF
            GridData.AddNew
            GridData.Fields("ReRun?").Value = False
            GridData.Fields("SampleID").Value = samples(0)
            GridData.Fields("Sample Number").Value = samples(1)
            GridData.Fields("Tray Number").Value = samples(2)
            GridData.Fields("Well Number").Value = samples(3)
            GridData.Fields("Reload Type").Value = reloadType
            GridData.Update
            samples.MoveNext
        Loop

        Set DataGrid1.DataSource = GridData
               
        ' Set up Boolean Formatting
       
        With DataGrid1
            '.Columns(1).Locked = True
            Set fmtBooleanData = New StdDataFormat
            fmtBooleanData.Type = fmtBoolean
            fmtBooleanData.TrueValue = "Yes"
            fmtBooleanData.FalseValue = "No"
            fmtBooleanData.NullValue = "No"
            Set .Columns("ReRun?").DataFormat = fmtBooleanData
        End With
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Mikal613Commented:
which line do you get the error??
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rajaamirapuCommented:
Have removed DataGrid1 control from the form or it is still there.
If you have removed  DataGrid1 then i suspect the problem is with DataGrid1
HTH
Raja sekhar
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KeyPaktCommented:
I think your problem might be that you have not actually connected your ADODB.Recordset to any datasorce so when you try to set your DataGrid1.DataSource to the GridData there are nothing to connect to. If you want to connect your Grid to a datasource this information must come either from a query or a table that you have stored in your database. You you try to set the datasource of your datagrid to your sample connection you will see that it works.
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BodeTechAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the delay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I did not realize that I had failed to close this out.  I was pulled ot another project and had no visibility to this for a while.  Thanks for the help.
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