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Old September 15th, 2005, 06:16 PM
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Hi, guys here:

Thank you so much for all your kind replies. You are so helpful.

After testing, I still have the question to JpJoe.
If I priorities DAO above ADO, does it mean I'm using DAO. Since I need a multi-user environment, actually I have split my database and have a backend and several frontends, do you think ADO is suitable for me? In that case, I'm wondering if there is potential problems with DAO + ADO in the future?

Right now, I prefer to use ADO + DAO (priority my ADO above DAO), since explicitly declare works well. But I don't know if there is other problems or trouble down the road.

For Loralee, you are right, I'm learning through the sample in that book:)

Both the sample code and the code provided by Dartcoach work well with only DAO reference, and also work well after explictly declare with ADO + DAO.

But as you say, I always want to learn. If convenient, please email yours to me. Thanks a lot!

Again, I really appreciate all the help and your time.

NeoCat
 
Old September 16th, 2005, 06:50 AM
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DAO can be a problem if you want to move your application anywhere. You will need to visit all your users machines and set the DAO reference. That can be a pain. I have moved off of DAO to prevent this from being an issue. My users are blocks away sometimes.

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Old September 17th, 2005, 03:18 PM
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JP
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One more question.....

By using the recordsetclone of the recordset, am I really gaining anything over using the recordset directly ?

(Couldn't the same thing be accomplished either way?)

Thanks,
Loralee






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