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Component which allows 'live' datachanges

Posted on 2009-05-17
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Hi Experts

Is there a datagrid component for VB6 that allows "live" datachanges to an access '03 database.
ie which saves data changes on the datagrid itself (without the need for a textbox display and save routine (as below) for each field)??

Old save routine
'pos to record
'select datagrid line

'display variabvles in text boxes
textbox.text = dsItems.fields("variable")

'change variables and btnsave _click
dswork.edit
        dswork ("field') = (new)textbox.text
dswork.update

Many thanks
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Data Widgets has a very cool suite of tools a this address:
http://www.componentsource.com/products/data-widgets/index.html
Take a look at the functionality of the Data Grid control.  It has exactly what you are looking for.
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Thanks a stack........
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