VB6 and MSHFlexGrid

In MSHFlexGrid there is no rowcount, how can I get the rowcount ?
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SNilssonAsked:
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DhaestCommented:
Do you assign the data from a recordset ? Then just use the recordcount of your recordset !
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SNilssonAuthor Commented:
Yes I know, but I want to do this using the control.

I fill the control using the execute of the connection object only versus sp's on the server:
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Set DynaGrid.DataSource = cn.Execute(sQuery)
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This is a fast and simple method to fill the grid, and I dont want any recordset involved at this point.

I just need a neet function to count the rows in the grid.
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DhaestCommented:
Can you use DynaGrid.rows ? This should also give you the number of rows in the grid.
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SNilssonAuthor Commented:
There it was :)

Glad you found it for me, thank you !
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