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Chapter 16. Retrieving Data with ADO > Understanding the Different Types of Rec...

Understanding the Different Types of Recordsets

Modifying data at the source is quick and efficient if you don’t need to continually review the data. Sometimes you need to actually retrieve the data. For instance, you might want to evaluate specific values before making a change.

Typically, you retrieve data using the Recordset object. You can think of a Recordset object as a simple data container, which you can execute via the Connection or Command object. If you could see it, a Recordset would look very much like an Access table opened in Datasheet view.


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