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SQL Grid / List View Question

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I have a database that has about 10 columns and about 1500 rows, basically it's a list of stock with things like description of the item qty in stock cost price etc. What I would like to do is make a grid type window within my GUI to display the items in rows and columns, I don't really have any code written for this yet but I have been looking and playing with snippets. The only way I can get near to what I am looking for is to take an array and use list view to create the grid. Is this the way to do it? Will I have any problems with making such an amount of data into an array? Are there any better ways of doing it?

Thanks again,

Mark

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Try _ArrayDisplay to test if AutoIT can handle the amount of data fast enough.

Use a listview to display the data or use in your GUI etc. Search the forum for "grid" and tick "Search titles only".

Edited by water

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Thanks guys, Now I know I am heading in the right direction I will put some time into it. What I dint want to do was spend ages going down the wrong path then asking here and someone saying did you not see the display as grid option!

Thanks all once again.

Best regards

Mark

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