Subject Re: [IBO] Can the IBO grid have non data bound columns?
Author Helen Borrie
At 04:04 AM 13/03/2006, you wrote:
>Can the IBO grid have non data bound columns that doesn't put the dataset
>into edit mode?

No. IBO data-aware controls are driven by the data. A grid is the
front-end of a dataset. A grid row is the front end of a dataset
row. DML ops are targeted at the row underlying the focused row in the grid.

>I want to use it to have in-line payments.

That doesn't describe what you want to be able to do.

>I'm using their non-databound grid and that works fine. It's very powerfull
>but not very simple to use.

If you want to use a grid for data entry, that doesn't need to insert
rows into a table, then any unbound grid will do.

But it's not clear what you want to do. If you'd like some
suggestions, describe the workflow you want to implement.