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VB6 UltraGrid out of stack error

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After creating an initial record set with null information within the columns in the MS SQL Server, I keep getting a out of stack space error. The interesting thing is that the call to load these columns is not recursive in any way.
Does anyone know why the record set would continue to cycle instead of just loading the uGrid with the corresponding columns?
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can you post the code that caused the error?

I would assume that you try to fetch data from an invalid cursor. that creates an infinite loop which finally stopped with stack overflow.

note, database calls normally are triggering asynchronous action in threads. the recursive parts may happen there.

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Thank you for your assistance Sara.

The form was being unloaded, if certain parameters weren't being met; there for, the form would reload itself for a good amount of time before giving that error.

I still grant you the points for trying to help me out.
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