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Working with recordset

Working with recordset

Working with recordset

When I'm working with  Continuous form on access project
and I write set me.recordset = MyAdoRs
Is it similar to working on a grid in visual basic??
and if not what are the differences??


RE: Working with recordset

Are you referring to the MS Flex/HierarchicalFlex Grids?

Do you mean the form's Record Source property?  Is the form bound to the recordset?
Is MyAdoRS based on multiple tables and is there a unique table value for the form?

Sorry....so many questions with no answers!

RE: Working with recordset

1. it is not important  which grid - for example True DB Grid

2 the  form RecordSource = ""
   And then I set the  form.recordset=MyAdoRS

3. MyAdoRS  is based on a singl table

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