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Posted on 2001-08-05
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Hi Experts,

A Text box is bound to an ADODC, the ADODC's LockType=adLockReadOnly.
In run time, when edit the text in the Text box and then tried to move to next record, an error message appeared and the record was restored automatically. Ok, fine. But since then, I just cannot move to other records.
What I should do so that after ADODC gives an error message and restores the record, users can continue move to other record?
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by:andysalih
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what was the error message ?

Andy

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by:Éric Moreau
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set the adStatus parameter to adStatusCancel in the WillMove event.
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Valliappan AN earned 50 total points
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May be your cursor type is adOpenForwardOnly. Try setting it to adOpenStatic or adOpenKeySet.

Hope this helps.
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