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Hi,
I am having a very serious problem using ADO with stored procedure. I am
using Microsoft’s ADODB_TLB. I have written a stored procedure with a
simple select st. I use recordset and get those values. But I am getting
an error when I use
            Recset.Aboslutepage
Error -     “operation requested by the application is not supported by
the provider”
It works perfectly in VB or ASP. I got the same error when I used
command obj.What can be the problem? Please let me know
                         Thanking you,
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Question by:manjushan
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by:Michael_Benjamin_Perez
ID: 2518517
It depends on the opening of the Recordset (adOpenForwardOnly, adOpenDynamic, adOpenKeyset) check the necessary documentation.

When using Recset.AbsolutePage you'll probably need to open it with adOpenDynamic.

In VB it probably works because of the default parameters... (it uses adOpenDynamic as default).

Good luck !
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by:manjushan
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hi,
  If I use RecSet.Open('select * frm assa,connstr,3,3,0) then
  RecSet.AboslutePage is workinf correctly.This problem is there only for stored procedures
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Michael_Benjamin_Perez earned 180 total points
ID: 2518872
The last zero specifies the parameter adCmdText, when using stored procedures it's handy to use the const adCmdStoredProc (which is 3).

Try it !
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by:manjushan
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Hi Michael,
  Thanks its working fine.
                Manju
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by:Michael_Benjamin_Perez
ID: 2522147
Great !

Now let's hope for better documentation of ADO.

Ciao

Mick.
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