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i have a form, there is a combo box, date time picker, and a panel in the form.
In the panel two components are getting created at run time. One grid and one frame.
The frame contains one grid and the frame's parent is set to be the panel at runtime hence in my form i can see two grids at run time, say grid1(from frame) and grid2. Now grid1 is linked with grid2, hence when i scroll down grid2, the details are populated in grid1, meaning for one row selected in grid2, there could be multiple rows to be populated in grid1. Grid2 gets populated based on the date selected from the date time picker in the form and also the text of the text box.

Till this point everything looks perfect, now my problem starts with below implementation.
Now grid1 only gets populated when i click the row in grid2, but i need another screen where i need to show all details related to all the rows in grid2.
Hence in the form i shall need to take a check box eg, and when i tick the check box the new screen shall appear with all details related to grid2. when i unchek the tick box it should go back to my previous screen as it is.

I have designed another frame with a grid and trying to create multiple frames based on the rowcount of the grid2 and i am taking another scroolbox in the form, and setting these frames' parent as the scroolbox, so that when i shall tick the checkbox the scrollbox shall appear and when un-checked the panel shall appear.

How to implement this, please help with code.
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by:AbhiJeet
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any expert comment?
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by:AbhiJeet
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any solution?
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by:atul_parmar
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If you are using data-aware grid e.g. TDBGrid then you should bind the another grid to the same dataset. If you are using stringgrid then you should use some data structure that is accessible to all related grids. e.g. you can maintain double dimensional array, or an array of record. or string list.
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by:AbhiJeet
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i need to know what should be the best design approach for this requirement and how to implement the same?
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by:atul_parmar
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Use a data module; all your data should reside there. Those can be in the form of tables or other data structures. Then use a controller (a class) that creates data module and different views (i.e. screens/forms), and then establishes connections  to those different views and finally returns it to the caller.
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i am not using any dbgrid, i am using stringgrids.
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by:Geert Gruwez
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what version of delphi and what patch are you using ?
some versions have buggy TFrame implementations
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Reconsider the design I suggested, it works with string grid too. Define your data structure and store it in the data module. Following is what you can use as starting point.

unit MyData;

interface

uses
  SysUtils, Classes;

type
  TMyRecord  = class
  private
    FName: string;
    FDOB: TDate;
  public
    property Name: string read FName write FName;
    property DOB: TDateTime read FDOB write FDOB;
  end;

  TDataModule2 = class(TDataModule)
  private
    FEmpData: TList; //this stores instances of TMyRecord
  public
    procedure Add(TMyRecord);
    procedure Remove(TMyRecord);
    //navigate FEmpData using these methods.
    procedure First: TMyRecord;
    procedure Next: TMyRecord;
    procedure Last: TMyRecord;
    //
    function Count: Integer;
  end;

  TMyViewController = class
  private
    FData: TDataModule2;
  public
    procedure Bind(AGrid: TStringGrid); //traverse the FData and populate the grid
  end;

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