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Old September 6th, 2004, 09:50 PM
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Default Delete a column from an ADO recordset.

Hi ,
I need to delete a column from an ADO recordset used in my web application(ASP),is it possible to do so ?. Having the extra column in the select list of the SQL query that gets the recordset is a requirement and since it is a generic sp, touching it is not advisable as it would call in for identifying where all it is called and making the fixes.

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Hi Ashish,

I don't think that is possible. With a recordset object you can only delete the rows, not the columns. Instead you can leave that column untouched from within your ASP code, if you don't wish to modify the SP.

Hope that helps.

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