Datagrid stopper out of the gate
jimaultwins at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 19 13:15:45 EDT 2010
True, but as I was just following the online tutorial, and copy-paste
code did not work.
In fact, once Rev crashed.
I now know the error was in my string trick to create the header, not
You are correct in the best practice department.
My client app will have error checking before the data ever hits the
datagrid and I will use fixed headers and grid dimensions.
On Jul 19, 2010, at 9:45 AM, Bob Sneidar wrote:
> May I suggest, that if the structure of your datagrid is known and
> is constant, then you don't really need to set
> firstRowContainsHeaders to true? A lot of people stumble on this
> one, but if the columns never change, and the data is structured
> appropriately, there is no point. The only point would be if you
> wanted to change only the data in a single column, you could "dummy
> up" the other columns by putting bogus data in them and the column
> header names. You would just need to know the column position and
> have your header and data in that position. Only the column you care
> about would get updated.
> On Jul 19, 2010, at 5:18 AM, zryip theSlug wrote:
>> You are correct. If for example, your header is
>> Post Race Track City State
>> And the first header line of your data is:
>> Post Race2 Track City2 State
>> Col 1, 3 and 5 will be filled with datas and col 2 and 4 will
>> remain empty.
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