Can i make 2 instances of the same datareport?
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    Angry Can i make 2 instances of the same datareport?

    Hi Guys!

    i'm working with datarepots on VB6, and the system offers many ways to show the listview. So, for each listview model, i need to align and resize all the objects again.

    I was thinking about create some instances of the same datareport, and resize all objects without modify all the rest of the instances.

    It's possible?

    i'm trying like the code:
    Code:
    dim obj(2) as DataReport1
    set obj(0) = New DataReport1
    set obj(1) = New DataReport1

    But, when i try to run the code... i receive a exception, and my VS close.

    The exception is about win32 5504.

    More 1 question... is possible to reset all the objects positions in the runtime?

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    Re: Can i make 2 instances of the same datareport?

    Do you really need to have multiple reports displayed at once?

    I don;t use the Vb Datareport but in theory it should work.

    What is the error message and on what line do you receive the error?
    Always use [code][/code] tags when posting code.

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    Re: Can i make 2 instances of the same datareport?

    Problem Solved :P

    i already found another way to solve this question.

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    Re: Can i make 2 instances of the same datareport?

    Post it for the next person that needs help!
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