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Proper ADO Recordset


To remedy difficiencies in ADO, namely single criteria in the .FIND method.
We encapsulated an ADODB.Recordset within a vb6 class module, and created four methods (FindFirst, FindLast, FindNext, FindPrevious) which allow for more that one criteria.

Original Author: Jeff Jonsson

Inputs

Use is almost exactly that of a standard ADODB.Recordset.

Assumptions

Just drop the class module into a project, and rename all:
Dim aRecSet as ADODB.Recordset
to:
Dim aRecSet as ProperADORecordset
then CTRL-F5 to find and replace all Open/Close methods with OpenIt/CloseIt.
Any new properties/methods simply pass arguments/return values between the encapsulated ADODB.Recordset and the created class module.

Returns

Returns less headaches.

Side Effects

First, not all properties/methods have been emulated. Easy enough to do though. Left as an exercise.
Second, due to vb limitations, Open/Close not supported, but renamed as OpenIt/CloseIt.

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Posted: 2002-06-01
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