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Old May 4th, 2004, 10:21 PM
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Hi evryone jho here! i wanna ask you guys, how can i free the row handles? everytime i used the seek command in ADO it shows up.

ex.

with rstTmp
.index ="ID" 'i think this is the one that causes it.
.seek txtID
if .eof then display else no record
end with

thanks in advance!

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Hi jho,
Sorry, but I, personally, do not know what row handles are?
I'm a bit familiar with the "seek" & "find" methods ( at least know, where to look them up), but unsure what you mean by "row handles".
Have I already exempted myself from being a reliable source for this question? LOL
In case it helps?
Thx!






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