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Adding new row in unbound TDB8

Posted on 2004-04-02
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Hi experts,

I am using TDBGrid 8.0 and VB6.
My grid is unbound, using an XArrayDB.

I want my grid to show ONE row (add new) when it (the grid) is first opened IF the array is empty.

In the OnInit, RowColChange events, I tried to use the AllowAddNew or the Redim 0,0,0,0 or ReDim 0,1,0,0 but it did not work.

How can I do it ?

Thanks

gallia
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appari earned 150 total points
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you first set allowaddnew property of the grid to true.
redim the xarray as follows

xarray.redim 0,-1,0,noofcolumns
or
xarray.redim 0,noofcolumns,0,-1

i am not sure whether the columns are first or rows. test, now i am posting this from my home pc i dont have vb here.
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by:Gallia
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Hi again,

I tried what you suggested, but it did not work.

I have partially found the solution. The grid showed 2 rows because I was "adding" twice the record. (1- in the xarraydb and 2-in the grid).

BUT, The row still gets added on top, not in the new row. Is it inherent to the grid or is there a way to keep the new record on the new added row ?

Thanks
gallia
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by:appari
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>>The row still gets added on top, not in the new row
i am confused. its working on my m/c.
when we enter new record in the new row (with a * mark) and update, the new row is added to xarray. this is normal behaviour of the grid.
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by:Gallia
ID: 10766234
Hi,

Are you saying that after an update, it is normal that the new row (* at the bottom) gets added on top of all rows ?

example
before update
row0
row1
row*

after update
row*
row0
row1

Is that normal behavior for the grid ?
Thanks
gallia
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by:appari
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is it is adding new on top?
this is not normal. can you take the screen shot and put it somewhere on the web just i am curious to see it.
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by:appari
ID: 10766338

did you check on the componentone site for any patches?
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by:Gallia
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I haven't check the ComponentOne site. I will, but i have the feeling the problem is due to something in the code.

Sorry, I have no place on the web where to put the screenshot.

gallia
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by:Gallia
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Hi,

I was told by a collegue that this behavior is normal, due to the sort on the recordset.

Thanks a lot  for the help
Gallia

NB: accepted answer xarray.redim 0,-1,0,noofcolumns
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