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Old May 13th, 2014, 01:19 AM
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What can I say. Brilliant answer!

Your answer is comprehensive and this proves that you're an expert in many aspects of database programming.

Quote : " I'm glad you're finding it useful! (Post a review when you have a chance.)"

That's the least I could do

Quote : " Let me know which approach you take and how it works out"

Method (1) with record locking seemed more intuitive to me. I would post feedback about its usage from time-to-time.

Quote : "(I'll post an example on my C# Helper web site in a few days.)"

I hope you would also have time to post an example in your vb-helper web site. Since that website is mainly about the old vb6, why dont you make codes available to VB.Net also. I see that you're writing books for many versions of VB.Net

I already bought your "Stephens' Visual Basic Programming 24-Hour Trainer" over a year now but have not really got time to go through it yet.

Thank you


Come to think of it, method (2) might be better than method (1). It might eliminate problems related to contentions and record locking issues. I'll also give it a try

Last edited by frdata; May 13th, 2014 at 01:42 AM.. Reason: Add something