This is the most common error that I'm asked about.
Current recordset does not support updating adodb
This improves performance in situations where you need to make only a single pass through a Recordset.
Behaves identically to a dynamic cursor except that it allows you to scroll only forward through records.
Later Microsoft released upgrades to MDAC as web-based redistributable packages.
Eventually, later versions were integrated with Microsoft Windows and Internet Explorer, and in MDAC 2.8 SP1 they ceased offering MDAC as a redistributable package.
What we're proposing to create is a virtual table, in memory, in the form of an ADO recordset. Below is a screen shot of an interface I built for users to associate labs with sites.
Once we get it, we can manipulate it in code and more importantly, for the sake of this demo, load it into an Access form. They would select a lab from the drop-down list and it would then be saved as a new row in the Site Lab table. I know, it's not that complicated and the users shouldn't have been confused but consider the new, improved version below.
The first version of MDAC was released in August 1996.
At that time Microsoft stated MDAC was more a concept than a stand-alone program and had no widespread distribution method.
Microsoft Access: Active X Data Objects Library (ADO). Microsoft Access: Use ADO to Execute SQL statements. Import or Export Data from Access to Excel using ADO. Microsoft Access: Active X Data Objects Extensions (ADOX).
---------------- To connect with other databases, when working in VBA, you can use either DAO (Data Access Objects), RDO (Remote Data Objects) or ADO (Active X Data Objects).
Some of the most common questions asked on the Web Wiz Forums are from people getting errors when using Microsoft Access with Classic ASP.