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i have a datagrid connected to an ado source. Im setting the grid.datasource property at run time giving to it a recordset that comes from a dll with aduseclient switch on it.
i dont have problems on a lot of system, but a particular one display the error i write at the beggining...
any one have any clue about what can be happening here???
thank you in advance....
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Set grdDatos.DataSource = Nothing <- i clear the data grid
Set grdDatos.DataSource = ObjSiap.ObjContribs.DarListaContribuyentes(True, True, ObjConfi.bOrdenLC, ObjConfi.sNumColLC) <- this method return a recordset.. it's on a dll
grdDatos.Refresh <- another try to fix the problem
the error is somewhere between the set datasource and the refresh...
in the dll the code is:
Public Function DarListaContribuyentes(bPf As Boolean, bPj As Boolean, bAsc As Boolean, sTipo As String) As ADODB.Recordset
Dim Rs As ADODB.Recordset
Set Rs = New ADODB.Recordset
Dim sSql As String
sSql = ""
If bPf And bPj Then
sSql = " "
ElseIf bPf Then
sSql = " WHERE tipopersona = 0"
ElseIf bPj Then
sSql = " WHERE tipopersona = 1"
If StrComp(UCase$(sTipo), "C") = 0 Then
sSql = sSql & " ORDER BY cuit"
sSql = sSql & " ORDER BY descrip"
If Not bAsc Then
sSql = sSql & " DESC"
Rs.CursorLocation = adUseClient
Rs.Open "SELECT CUIT,DESCRIP from contribs" & sSql, ClaseBase_ConexionBD, adOpenStatic
Set DarListaContribuyentes = Rs
Set Rs = Nothing
as far as i see, there is no diference in the setup. the install process is handle by install shield. i run the depends
program to see is there was any problem but it have the same dll's that the rest of the pcs. i didn't find any info on msdn
but i find some on the google refering to some mfc libraries but that's doesn't seen to be a problem for me... or maybe yes
and i missing something...
My guess is that maybe there are differences in ADO? I mean, you said it worked correctly on other computers. Unless it happens to be permission problems from that computer in connecting to the database. Or maybe that computer can't "see" the database?
Hello i had the same problem and here is the solution first make sure msstdfmc.dll file exists in ur "system32" folder for winxp or "system" folder in win98,if it exists then goto Start>Run and type in the following: RegSvr32 <the path to system32 / system dir>\msstdfmt.dll
Now the Datagrid Control Works fine in Vb.net as well as Vb 6.0