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I have form consist of DataSource ,4dbedit,Dbgrid ,IBquery
datasource1 datset property = IBquery
Datagrid datasource property = datasource1
dbedit datasource property =datasource1
dbedit  datafield property is one of the selected field in Ib query
when I select any Record in dbgrid it appears in the 4 dataedits but i can't write in dbedit
the questions are
 1-  Why can't I rewrite Or delete value in dbedit (to modify my table) knowing that readonly propert for Dbedit =false


2- when I add any record to db table the new Record doesn't appear in dbgrid (Dbgrid.refresh is found in addbutton)
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Question by:sraab2004
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by:mokule
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You can't type in DBEdit or Your changes are not saved ?
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by:Ivanov_G
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   DBEdit.DataSource.DataSet.Edit;

   now you can write ...
   if you want to save the changes
   DBEdit.DataSource.DataSet.Post;
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by:sraab2004
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I can't type in dbedit
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by:sraab2004
ID: 10907222
for Ivanov Where should I put your code ?
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by:mokule
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You can't type if your dataset is readonly or DBEdit.DataField is Lookup or calculated.
Is it any of this cases?
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by:mokule
ID: 10907299
Ivanov:
Edit mode should be entered automatically when he tried type.
So I don't think it solves problem
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by:Ivanov_G
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   somewhere before you try to type in the DBEdit.

   also make sure your datasets, datafields are properly assigned...
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by:sraab2004
ID: 10913167
no solution works the problem still present
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by:mokule
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There were no solutions.
Answer my questions.
Is your dataset readonly?
Is DBEdit.DataField Lookup or calculated?
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mokule earned 30 total points
ID: 10913276

All right then. It was only rhetorical question.
IBQuery IS readonly dataset.
To allow database update it must cooperate with TIBUpdateSQL.
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