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Executewith rs m Command And it seems to work fine. Michael Lee I have a few observations of a general nature that might be helpful.
The following is a chopped down version of my code... Open "Driver=; Dbq=c:\Website Projects\Exit Cash Flow\log M.mdb;" str SQL = "Select * From Main Where Username = '" & str Query & "' and Domain = '" & str Domain & "'" Set rs Main = cn. Close Set rs Main = Nothing ======= End of Code ========= .mdb;" str SQL = "Select * From Main Where Username = '" & str Query & "' and Domain = '" & str Domain & "'" rs Main. Execute (str SQL) method returns a read-only recordset. Open str SQL, cn) and that took me a few minutes to figure out why I was getting a '3001' error...
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Its either that or open the recordset and then use the filter property to filter the data. All this is causing me more problem because I was looking to bind the recordset to a TDBGrid (Component One Grid) and if I only have a read only recordset, this does me no good at all. The cursortype is always static if the cursorlocation is client, and the latter overrides the former.
Michael Lee Hi Roy, After taing a look at the KB that I found. If your stored proc is a select query, then is the right method, if it's an action query, then command.execute.
Execute Here is the Stored procedure: CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[nb_Get Insurance]@Patient ID nvarchar(12),@Admission Date smalldatetime ASSelect Key Id, Patient ID, Admission Date, Insurance_Name, Insurance_Number From Insurance Where Patient Id = @Patient Id and Admission Date = @Admission Date GOI do have the Cursor Location set for the connection object. (Read up on "disconnected recordsets" if you're interested.) I did an faq called "nickel tour of ado's different cursor types" (faq 222-3670, sorry, I haven't learned how to plug the hyperlink in here) if you're interested.
Download i Tunes from Apple's website, then click Download to download the i Tunes installer. If you have Windows 10, you can get the latest version of i Tunes from the Microsoft Store.
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