Record Locking

Posted on 1998-10-25
Last Modified: 2010-04-30
Using Record Locking on an ODBC Database
Question by:thanika
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I have problem using Record Locking in an ODBC Database
Please help


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what is the problem?


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nollh earned 100 total points
ID: 1441446
Which "Data-Access" method do you use ?? (ADO, RDO, "real ODBC", RDS, JET, etc.) ??


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I am USING Jet (Recordset to open table)

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