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hi all..
The question is :~
Whenever i want to retrieve some values from the database i do this..
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dim sql,recordset,connection
set connection = createobject("Adodb.connection")
set recordset = createobject("Adodb.recordset")
sql = "sqlstatement"
recordset.open sql,con
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# same is the case with insert and update statements..

NOW I KNOW THAT THERE ARE VARIOUS METHODS FOR DOING THE SAME THING..
I WANT TO KNOW WHAT ARE THEY AND WHICH IS THE BEST METHOD considering the time factor....
PLEASE HELP ASAP
Some code would help me more..
Regards
Nitin

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by:jkunal
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For selecting the records what you are doing is the best method.

Well for inserting a new record you can use
recordset.addnew
(fields)
recordset.update
But this method is only recomended if you have a recordset already open,
otherwise its a waste of resources.

update also works with

recordset.update...........
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Why did u do that?
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by:khacharn
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Hi Kunal..Thanx for the answer
But i am sure that there are more solutions..which are moer faster in processing..
anyway the solutino you have provided is good enough..
Regards
Nitin
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Nitin if there were any methods better than what were suggested you would have suerly got those as an answer or comments as EE site is full of very good and knowledgeable experts, eager to help you always.

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kunal..are you an indian..I M
mail me at
khacharn@yahoo.com
we can be friends
Regards
Nitin
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Sure Nitin
my id is jkunal@usa.net
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