On the Visual Basic side, I recommend you have service pack 5 installed for VB, which you can download here. In ADO, when we talk about cursors, we are essentially talking about a set of rows.Additionally, the latest version of MDAC (Microsoft Data Access Components) should be installed, and can be found here (currently 2.7 SP1). When you execute a query that returns rows of data, such as .
No matter how experienced you are, it's difficult to commit every little behavior and requirement to memory.
Luckily, you can avoid some of the most common mistakes if you just plan for them.
ADO is the default object library for Access, but DAO is still available.
When both libraries are referenced and both libraries support an object, VBA will assign the library with the highest priority. Explicitly referencing each object's library when you declare the object is better: Moving through the records in a Recordset is a common task, but doing so comes with a few hazards.
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If you use a DAO Recordset, you must explicitly reference it.