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Hi All, I wanted to follow the topic that appears as a ‘sub-thread’ above Bart Greyson replied on Jul So my only option is checking with people who know. Banded Columns – The QuantumGrid Suite allows you to create banded columns to enhance the display of information to exrpessquantumgrid at runtime. Both of them are very capable and allow things to look pretty.

A careful eye to Resource usage to minimize the problems encountered using VCL windowed controls. Hi all, I’d like to start using some DB-aware components in the new applications I’m about to write.

In this case, you can handle grid controls in black-box mode, by simulating mouse clicks and keystrokes. Following the instructions in the install.

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I can’t remember what the problem was with rDBGrid. Since I only have experience with the DevExpress grid, and I don’t have the time to test other ones, and since the DevExpress one has been recommended often, I think I’ll go for this one Footer Display to allow you to summarize data such as Sum, Count, Avg, Min and Max, as well as a custom draw capability.


I can’t remember what the problem was with rDBGrid. I’ve spent a lot of time looking at the various grids out there and there are more based on TStringGrid or a company’s equivalent than on DBGrid. Can you list the features you’re looking for? I see they both have DB-aware components, so I’m wondering: Everything needed to be more efficient. You may still be able to repair the zip file contents if you download the entire zip locally.

I see they both have DB-aware components, so I’m wondering: The learning curve is short and quick.

I ended up looking in depth at two alternatives: One example would be if you load the resultset of a query into a grid. This feature is automatic and available without writing a single line of code. Then, you need to modify your project in order to include debug information in the tested applicationand re-build the application.

Editing the grid in unbound mode means you are responsible for updating correct record in the underlying dataset. NET and give everything a brand new look and feel.

Highlight search results Highlight search results. Pierre Duparte replied on Jul I’m currently using a hacked version of Mike Skolnik’s freeware grid and I’ve been looking for something with more features to replace it. NET components from it.

In a stringgrid all of the data is loaded into memory, with a big dataset this can a use up a lot of memory and b take quite a while. There are code samples in the help files, which proved invaluable.


Buy Contact Blog Community Log in. For me the big problem with the stringgrid based DBGrid was the fact that the display and underlying dataset can be out of sync, and if you use it in unbound mode it WILL be out of sync.

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The dbgrid also has some annoying features which I won’t go into because it may be due to me being too stupid. The error generated by the Zip attachment is: For the TMS grid you could set up the datasource for the grid, open the dataset with PageMode set then once the data is loaded set it to False, and preferably set the datasouce to nil.

By fixing columns to the left or right side of the QuantumGrid, your applications can allow users to view the contents of wide tables more effectively and with the summary capabilities of the QuantumGrid, you expressquuantumgrid reduce the need to create large volumes of pre-built reports.

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