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How to select data in Gridview and open it in another form. for example
I select employee code 00001 this employee code goes to another form.

please help me sir/ma'am thank you so much.

RE: Gridview

Im not sure what you mean by a "gridview". In VFP, we have a grid control, which shows data from an underlying table in a tabular format. Is that what you are referring to?

If so, then you don't have to do anything special to navigate to the record. As the user moves the highlight in the grid, VFP automatically navigates to the corresponding record in the table.

To pass the data from that record to another form, you use the WITH clause in the DO FORM command.

So, if the grid's underlying table is Employees, and you want to pass Emp_Code field to another form, you just call that form like this:

DO FORM TheForm WITH Employees.Emp_Code

In the Init of the called form, use a LPARAMETER statement to receive the parameter.

I hope this answers your question.

Mike

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RE: Gridview

(OP)
thanks sir :)

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