|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the modRecordsetADO module.|
|CreateRecordsetADO||Procedure||Create an ADO recordset based on the current project by passing either an object name or SQL string.|
|CloseRecordsetADO||Procedure||Close a recordset, even if it's not open.|
' Example of modRecordsetADO ' ' To use this example, create a new module and paste this code into it. ' Then run the procedures by putting the cursor in the procedure and pressing: ' F5 to run it, or ' F8 to step through it line-by-line (see the Debug menu for more options) Private Sub Example_modRecordsetADO_Table() ' Comments: Example of using the modRecordsetADO module in Microsoft Access to create ADODB recordsets on table and SQL strings, and close them using Access VBA. ' ADODB supports all Microsoft Access database formats including ACCDB, MDB and ADP. ' Define your recordset objects explicitly with ADODB to avoid confusing with DAO Dim rst As ADODB.Recordset ' Open a recordset to a table (in this case, the system table) Set rst = CreateRecordsetADO("MSysObjects") ' Once the recordset is opened, you can write your code to view, edit and add to it. ' In this example, we simply show the value of the first record's name field. If Not rst.EOF Then Debug.Print "Name: " & rst![name] End If ' Once completed, clean up by closing the recordset object CloseRecordsetADO rst End Sub Private Sub Example_modRecordsetADO_SQL() ' Comments: Example of opening a SQL string as an ADODB recordset using Access VBA. Dim rst As ADODB.Recordset Dim strSQL As String ' Specify a SQL string that returns records like a SELECT query (don't use an action query) strSQL = "SELECT Name from MSysObjects Order By Name" ' Open a recordset on the SQL string (note the first parameter is blank to signify we're using a SQL string) Set rst = CreateRecordsetADO("", strSQL) ' Once the recordset is opened, you can write your code to view, edit and add to it. ' In this example, we simply show the value of the first record's name field which should differ from the previous example due to the sorting If Not rst.EOF Then Debug.Print "Name: " & rst![name] End If ' Once completed, clean up by closing the recordset object CloseRecordsetADO rst End Sub
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