Edit unbound msflxgrid rows save changes in database
i have a problem , i have a unbound msflexgrid and a command button on a form. when form load listbox filled with the customer name get from access dataabse. when i click on listbox , customer a/c transaction display in msflexgrid. i want to edit some rows and some add rows, after this when i click save button, save changes also in daatbase. tell me which method i add and edit rows in msflexgrid
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This sounds like a problem with one of the theme files. Do you have a fresh copy of the theme files? There are a few ways you can fix this. One, you can change to a default theme or you can replace the current theme files with fresh copies.
1 to change the theme to a default theme such as twentyeleven, you will need access to your database using PHPMyAdmin. That is in your cPanel. It is in the Database section. You will need to know which database to work with.
1. Choose the database from the dropdown box on the left side of the page.. 2. Find the wp_options table and click it. 3. On the main screen (right side of the page find the > link and go to page 2. Then find these rows: 44 and 45. 4. Edit them by clicking on edit and change the Option Value box to the defualt theme. Usually it is twentyeleven, twentytwelve, or twentythirteen. Change both rows and save by clicking go.
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You will probably want to be able to update some value of some field when doing database programming. This is done with Edit and Update. We will try to change the value of the "Phone" field by editing the text in the text box
and clicking a button.
Put a command button on the form and name it "cmdUpdate". Then copy the following code to the project.
Private Sub cmdUpdate_Click()
Could it be that simple? Yes. This changes the phone number of our
selected person. Or to put it technically: This changes the value of the
"Phone" field of our current record. Imagine the current record being a
set of boxes, with a field in each box. T
he Edit method takes the lid off all of the boxes and Update puts them back on. When we write rsMyRS!Phone = txtPhone.Text we replace the content of the "Phone" box with the content in the text box.
A bound object is an object displayed within a field of a record in a table. Access can display the object in a form or print it on a report. A Bound object is bound to an OLE object data type field in a table. If you use a bound object in a form, you can add and edit pictures record by record.
An Unbound object is not stored in a table, it is placed on the form or report. An Unbound object control is the equivalent of a label control. To display the object for each record, you must place that field in the Details section of the form or report. Does this help?
'declare the SQL statement that will query the database SQL = "SELECT * FROM TABLE_NAME"
'create an instance of the ADO connection and recordset objects Set Connection = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") Set Recordset = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") 'Open the connection to the database Connection.Open ConnString
'Open the recordset object executing the SQL statement and return records Recordset.Open SQL,Connection
'first of all determine whether there are any records If Recordset.EOF Then Response.Write("No records returned.") Else 'if there are records then loop through the fields Do While NOT Recordset.Eof Response.write Recordset("FIRST_FIELD_NAME") Response.write Recordset("SECOND_FIELD_NAME") Response.write Recordset("THIRD_FIELD_NAME") Response.write "<br>" Recordset.MoveNext Loop End If
'close the connection and recordset objects to free up resources Recordset.Close Set Recordset=nothing Connection.Close Set Connection=nothing
type mismatch error occours when there is a mismatch between the value which you are trying to assign to a variable which is dimensioned to store values of another, first you check if the datatypes match each other by applying the break.
The code is fine there should not be any problem with it. Do not change anything on it.
In my opinion the buttons and code has nothing to do with it since they are done automatically and usually work fine. When you press the add new button you are not just creating a new record you are also updating the last record. This button just send you to a new empty record for you to fill.
From my experience the error message is due to 3 major reasons:
1. Your record source for this form is a query that cannot be updated
2. You don't have writing permissions to the database. Check and see if the file is locked or its on read only, Check security options and see if the database is read only etc.
3. Your records are locked by the table setting for some reasons, primary key fields might create duplicates.
If its just a table try updating the table without a form and see what happens.
As I wrote above the problem is with the record source or the database and since I can't see what you have there I can't help you further.
I would also suggest you should practice with a simple table first before going into advance queries. Create a table with some simple fields like:
ID - Primary key - Auto Number
First name - Text
Last name - Text
Then create a form of that table and start filling in the names and test all the buttons, that will give you an idea of each button and I am sure it will be easier.