ADO: Read And Write Recordset with Command.Execute

-I want to open a recordset with command.execute "stored procedure"
-I want that the recordset isn't just readonly
-I want that when I delete a record in the recordset the database isn't affected - just the recordset.
-I want to search, move etc. in the recordset

how can I do that?

(I tried I with but as I had a look at the tracer I noticed that it's always doing cursor fetches (and not just one stored procedure)
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You can use the transactions :

Transaction is set of commands on
database which you can "RollBack"
I mean you can execute
 commands and than change your
mine and take them back
without update the database .

Is that what you need ???
If that is I will send you the rest of
what you have to know about it .

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You could create an array and place all the values in it.  Then manipulate the data in the array.
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