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    one to many (vb6)

    Have an application where personal info is loaded on one tab and non-personal on another such as Mementos. For each non-personal item(s) there are three tables of which Members (personal data), Mementos and MementosDetails.

    The difficulty I am having is how to capture more than one memento/event once entered.

    The item in the cbo when clicked is entered into the list box. Clicking on the item in the list box enters qty and cost/amount. But only one item at a time.

    Is it possible to click on the cbo and have the data entered into a datagrid? Or must that be a bound form? Or is there a better way to display the data. This conundrum is keeping me from saving the data that is affiliated with this record.

    Any ideas would be helpful.
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    Re: one to many (vb6)

    I think you'd need a bound form.

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    Re: one to many (vb6)

    Is it possible to have both, bound and unbound forms? Already have many text/masked text boxes, cbos plus others that are unbound.
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    Re: one to many (vb6)

    Yes, why not?

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    Re: one to many (vb6)

    If I click on a name in a listview and fill unbound boxes then I can also fill a bound data grid. Guess I'll need some kind of a tutorial on how to. Any ideas on where to get?
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    Re: one to many (vb6)

    I'd do a Google search for vb6 bound form tutorial or similar.

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