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Posted on 2004-08-18
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Hi, I copied a form from one project to another and when i execute the project I get teh following errors(generated in teh log file):

"Line 18: Class MSDataGridLib.DataGrid of control dtgTable was not a loaded control class."

Line 10: Property Icon in frmUpdateTable had an invalid file reference.
Line 19: Property Bindings in dtgTable had an invalid file reference.

Anyone run accross this b4 and know how to fix it?
RS
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Your project does not have reference to Datagrid control!

You can open the old project in Notepad, search for "MSDataGridLib.DataGrid " copy the whole line and past the copied line in the new project.

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Other option is, open the new project in VB, add reference to "MSDataGridLib.DataGrid", save only the VBP file and close without saving the frm file.

Sandeep
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