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How to delete from DBGrid without warning message

Posted on 2006-11-14
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I know this is not a nice thing to do, but the person I am writing the ap for wants to be able to delete records without a warning message popping up.  

He also insists that the DBGrid is always in edit mode, so I cannot just turn off dgConfirmDelete and use Ctrl-Del.  He has to use the delete button on the navigation bar, and that always gives a warning.

Is there a way to turn the warning off?

TIA

John
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havent checked it, but according to D6 help you should be able to use

DBNavigator.ConfirmDelete:=false

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Thanks Edwin - don't know how i missed that one!

John
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no problem, glad to be of help :)

Ed
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