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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

EDIT :

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