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DAO NoMatch in ADO

Posted on 1999-11-12
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Last Modified: 2013-12-26
So, what is equivalent for recordset property NoMatch (DAO) in ADO ?
Question by:Costin_c
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alesh earned 150 total points
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There is none. There are no Find methods (findfirst, seek, nomatch) in ADO.
The solution is or even a much better way to do the same thing is to tighten up your WHERE clause when you create the recordset.

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