?” That's the subject line? Who would have guessed that you had a VB
question in a Visual Basic forum? Well: Learn something new every day...
There is no built in way to check database data. You have to go through the data and examine each piece, or you have to write SQL that will return meaningful results.
(I am presuming your question is:
Using VB6, how do you compare / check data in database.
For instance, when we save, if we already have data in the database——say a message like "got data"——then do nothing, but if that data is not already present, then go ahead with saving it into the database.
Please explain how to do something like this, and——if possible——provide source code example(s).
Is that right?)