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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Intermediate
Aug 20, 1997

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Retrieving Data From a Datagrid Row That Isn't Current

When you change the row in the data control that a Sheridan DataGrid is bound to, the DataGrid will also reposition its current row. To avoid this, use the Clone method to make a copy of the dynaset in the data control. Then, accessing the rows in the cloned dynaset will not affect the current row in the DataGrid. Here's an example:
 Dim DynClone As Dynaset 
Set DynClone = Data1.Recordset.Clone() 
'clone the data control's dynaset 
DynClone.MoveFirst 
Do While Not DynClone.EOF() 
...perform operation on the current _ 
row of DynClone... 
DynClone.MoveNext 
Loop 
Sheridan Software
 
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