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Returning Identity column value from a stored Procedure via DAO/JET

Posted on 1998-11-05
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I am making some modifications to a legacy application which uses DAO/JET to get to the SQL Server database.  I know how to return an Identity column value from an INSERT query using RDO or ODBC Direct, but I cannot determine how to do this using DAO/JET.  Can someone help?

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Steve
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at the end of your stored procedure put SELECT @@identity and call it from Access this way:

dim rs as recordset
dim db as database
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set rs=db.openrecordset("EXECUTE your_stored_procedure")
ret_Identity=rs.fields(0)
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