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Default Beginning SQL Server 2000 For Visual Basic Develop

I have the old Wrox book called Beginning SQL Server 2000 For Visual Basic Developers which was written before Wiley publications bought Wrox. The old Wrox ISBN for this book is 1-861004-67-2. I have run into an error at the end of chapter 9. It is regarding a global recordset, which is populated from a stored procedure that has local temporary tables, an alias table, and alias columns. When I open a recordset from this stored procedure, it shows that the recordset is not open and therefore gives a blank ADO Error. Well, that kind of ruins the other 7 chapters of the book.
     I tried downloaded the code for this book from Apress.com's website because they bought the book after Wiley bought Wrox and I copied/pasted that code into VB and SQL Server 2000, incase I typed in the wrong thing accidentally and it still has the same error. So I called Apress and they said they do not have the errata for most, if not all of the books they bought from Wrox, even though they are now publishing that book. If anyone has any of the errata from before the purchase of Wrox by Wiley, please send it my way. Thank you!

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I found the errata on http://support.apress.com/errata/1861004672_errata.htm website about an hour after I submitted this topic using www.google.com. Thanks for your help though. I appreciate it. That fixed the problem.

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