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DataGrid control not showing data (VB6.0)

Posted on 2004-04-07
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Hi,

This is probably a very easy question but it's driving me nuts!

I'm using a datagrid control, and i'm trying to populate it directly from an ADO recordset.  (i.e NOT using an ADO data control)
However, when my code runs allthough rows apear in the grid, indicating where the records should be, no data is displayed in the cells.

Code as below...

strSQL = "SELECT ViewFieldName,FieldName FROM tQueryFields WHERE QueryID=" & mlngQID
        Set mrst = New ADODB.Recordset
        mrst.Open Source:=strSQL, ActiveConnection:=cnn, CursorType:=adOpenKeyset
        MsgBox mrst.RecordCount
       
        Set Me.dgFields.DataSource = mrst
       
        intField = 0
        For Each fld In mrst.Fields
            With dgFields.Columns(intField)
                .Visible = True
                .Caption = fld.Name
                .DataField = fld.Name
                .Width = 2000
            End With
            intField = intField + 1
        Next
           
        dgFields.Refresh

Can anyone help ?

Regards, nat.

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Question by:Natchiket
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by:vinnyd79
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Set the CursorLocation to adUseClient
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by:Natchiket
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Thanks, I've tried that but it didn't make any difference...

strSQL = "SELECT ViewFieldName 'Source Name',FieldName 'Fiendly Name' FROM tQueryFields WHERE QueryID=" & mlngQID
        Set mrst = New ADODB.Recordset
        mrst.CursorLocation = adUseClient
        mrst.Open Source:=strSQL, ActiveConnection:=cnn, CursorType:=adOpenKeyset
     
       
        Set Me.dgFields.DataSource = mrst
       
        intField = 0
        For Each fld In mrst.Fields
            With dgFields.Columns(intField)
                .Visible = True
                .Caption = fld.Name
                .DataField = fld.Name
                .Width = 2000
            End With
            intField = intField + 1
        Next
           
        dgFields.Refresh
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by:Natchiket
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Ok I've fixed that by deleteing the old data control and putting in a new one.

The problem is now that when I try and overtype data it won't let me change it (allowUpdate is ticked in the control properties)

 strSQL = "SELECT ViewFieldName 'Source Name',FieldName 'Fiendly Name' FROM tQueryFields WHERE QueryID=" & mlngQID
        Set mrst = New ADODB.Recordset
        mrst.CursorLocation = adUseClient
        mrst.Open Source:=strSQL, ActiveConnection:=cnn, CursorType:=adOpenDynamic
     
       
        Set Me.dgFields.DataSource = mrst
       
       
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by:Pi7
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Tell me one thing, Natchiket, does the code  MsgBox mrst.RecordCount show the expected result?
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by:Natchiket
ID: 10781565
Yes msgbox mrst.recordcount is fine thanks
As in my comment 04/07/2004 07:40AM PDT, it's now showing the data.  but for some reason won't let it be edited.


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by:Pi7
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Well I'm not sure why you're experiencing this.Try the changes below
Change cursor type to adOpenDynamic and
set LockType to adLockOptimist

These are the settings I always use and they always work for me
Regards,
Pi7
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LockType should be adLockOptimistic
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by:Natchiket
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Well I've gone for a list box/text box solution as I've run out of time/patience with the datagrid control
Why is the VB listbox so crummy ? The Access listbox is so much more powerful
Anyway enough griping
In view of everyone's efforts I shall split points 200 pi7 and 50 vinnyd79
Hope everyone thinks this is fair
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by:ramyah
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It may due to the error in our database,no error in ur coding.i run ur code with my own database and data is viewed in the grid.chk ur table.
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