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Old September 25th, 2005, 09:43 PM
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Default closing and cleaning up multiple recordsets

When working with multiple recordsets in a procedure in DAO, is there a "best" time to close out a recordset and set it to nothing?

Is it best to close them out one by one at the point they are no longer needed, or to wait until the end of the procedure and close them all out?

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Is it best to close them out one by one at the point they are no longer needed?

Yes tyhis is the best way. and be sure to se the RecordsetName = Nothing



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