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MSDAORA - Server Side Recordsets???

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MSDAORA - Server Side Recordsets???

How to create a server side recordset using MSDAORA and stored procedures in the backend. Using Oracle 8.(Limitation: Cannot use Ref Cursor Types in the stored procedure) Any code samples are appreciated. Thanks!!!
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Check this article in MSDN:
HOWTO: Retrieve Recordsets from Oracle Stored Procs Using ADO (Q176086)

Caveat:  It may use Ref Cursor Types, so it may not be appropriate.
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