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I have a products table, wath I want to do is simple. Have a combo box contaning all to products name. When I choose a products in combo box. The recordset jump to this record.
I find it difficult to navigate with the ADO recordset becuase there is no seek method and I don't understand the find method! How can I go to a specific record?
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REcordset.Find("Field = '" & combo1.text & "'")
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by:pjroy
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Excuse me for rejecting the answer. I use the DataEnvironment and I cannot do a search like I want.

I uses this command
Ex.: DataEnvironment1.rsPRODUCT.Find ("ProdNo=2") //normally the number come from a combo box
DataEnvironment1.rsPRODUCT.Requery

I think it doesn't work because the other control bound to this datasource are not updated!
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I am not sure what it is that you cant do..
You have a dataconrol.. and a combo..
everthing works fine.. except that you do not change the recordsets record when you select a new combo item..

to fix this..  do this..

Private Sub DBCombo1_Click(Area As Integer)
DataEnvironment1.Recordset.Find (DBCombo1.ListField & " = '" & DBCombo1.Text & "'")
End Sub

'Of course you should use the field name instead of the dbcombo1.listfield.. but it still works.. and if you change the field in the combo.. it will still work and you wont have to change anything..

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